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Georgia Tech Football: Predicting the 2-deep depth chart - Offense

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Oct 19, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets running back Synjyn Days (10) celebrates a touchdown in the first half against Syracuse at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

Now that Georgia Tech football spring practice is over, the summer workouts will soon begin and players will start to stake their claims to positions on the Yellow Jackets squad.

The incoming freshman class is one of the best ever seen walking into the Flats, and some of the team’s young players made a good impression this spring, and other veterans made sure the coaches knew they were going to step up in to leadership roles.

With so many holes to fill, there are lots of position battles that are going to get downright nasty in the fall, but some of these jobs may have already been won.

This will be the first of a two-part series to predict the 2-deep depth chart for the upcoming season.

First a look at the offense, which will have some of the most contested (and important) openings to be filled. Not only for the starters, but for the backups as well.

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