This article does a pretty good job of breaking down the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team. It provides a preview of where the team stands going into the summer before what will be head coach Geoff Collins third season as head coach. The offense receives a good bit of attention as the transition from an option offense to a more pro-style offense is still being worked on. With players like Jeff Sims and Jahmyr Gibbs returning, as well as other offensive threats at the wide receiver position, things should look good for the Yellow Jackets. There are still areas that need to be improved upon on that side of the ball, including the offensive line. On the defensive side of the ball, there’s a lot of returning talent, particularly in the secondary. It should be interesting to see how this team does in the third season under the new regime.
This doesn’t get old at all. More honors continue to come in for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets baseball team’s standout freshman catcher Kevin Parada. He was named to the 2021 Collegiate National Team. As the article mentions, he’ll be one of 48 collegiate players to represent the United States this summer. We don’t really need to hash out the impressive stats and numbers that Parada put up in his first season at Tech. But we can definitely extend him congratulations on another well-deserved recognition.
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets golf team has had a history of talented players who have spent time on The Flats. This article recognizes senior Yellow Jacket golfer Will Dickson features a photo gallery of his highlights while on the squad.
Though this article is behind a paywall, I thought I’d include it just to provide an update on one of the key defensive recruits Geoff Collins and his staff have been trying to land. Defensive tackle Felix Hixon seems close to announcing his decision of where he’ll commit to. Georgia Tech is among the top 10 schools he is considering.