The a-back group wasn’t much better on Saturday than the quarterbacks as the a-backs struggled consistently throughout Saturday’ game.
Nathan Cottrell: N/A
We honestly can’t give Cottrell a grade based off what we saw on our initial viewing of the game. Cottrell got just two carries throughout the game and it went for just one yard.
Clinton Lynch: C+
Lynch may have had the best day of any offensive player for the Yellow Jackets, picking up a total of 67-yards and a touchdown on five touches. Lynch remains one of the most dynamic players for the Yellow Jackets.
Qua Searcy: F
Searcy had the roughest day of any Georgia Tech A-back, experiencing fumbling issues like the rest of the offense. Searcy had just three carries for seven yards for the game. But the two biggest plays that he was part of was a drive killing false start on the Jackets opening drive and a fumble that resulted in a Clemson touchdown.