The 2019 recruiting cycle is officially front and center, the Jackets will most likely be looking to take at least one quarterback in the cycle but what are their options?
With four quarterbacks on the roster entering the 2018 season, the Georgia Tech football team will be looking to take at least one quarterback in the 2019 recruiting cycle if not two. The Jackets will be losing at least one quarterback at the end of next season as second-year starter TaQuon Marshall will use his last year of eligibility in 2018.
Outside of Marshall, the Jackets will have redshirt sophomore Lucas Johnson, redshirt freshman Tobias Oliver and incoming freshman James Graham at their disposal.
So far in the 2019 recruiting cycle, the Jackets have offered three dual-threat quarterbacks, all coming in the past week. Those quarterbacks are Peter Parrish, Jadarious Martin, and George Johnson III.
Will any of the three be a future Yellow Jacket or will it be a current unoffered prospect? Only time will tell but until then, here are a few of the Yellow Jackets options in the 2019 recruiting class.