Georgia Tech took full advantage of its multi-million dollar John & Mary Brock Football Practice Facility on Wednesday as another round of rain forced the Yellow Jackets inside for much of their two-hour practice.
After 18 workouts in preparation for the season-opener, Georgia Tech has found a groove on the practice field and Wednesday worked on the one-minute drill.
The Yellow Jackets welcomed a highly touted freshman class on signing day, and as the season gets closer, head coach Paul Johnson and his staff will soon make decisions on who plays and who will redshirt.
“I think several of them are going to play,” Johnson said. “We’re excited, I think it’s a good group overall -- some good athleticism, some good kids, so we’re excited about it.”
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Georgia Tech has two more practices scheduled this week before a closed scrimmage Saturday that will be geared toward special teams.