Georgia Tech’s wide receiver groups haven’t seen a ton of production over the past decade but that will change in 2019 as the Jackets make the switch to a pro-style offense.
Last season, Georgia Tech’s wide receiver group posted a total of 549-yards of receiving. The receiver with the most yards was senior Brad Stewart with 15 receptions for 268-yards and 3 touchdowns. In 2019, it’s likely that the Jackets leading receiver will eclipse the position group’s total last season.
Entering the 2019 season, the Jackets have 12 scholarship wide receivers in their position group with 9 of them on campus for the spring. The Jackets this past recruiting cycle brought in four wide receivers as they prepare to transition to a pro-style offense. The lone freshman currently on campus is Tampa, Florida native, Ahmarean Brown.
This spring a few questions will have to be answered by the group. The biggest question, of course, will be, “Who will be the No.1 receiver entering the 2019 season?” and of course, the depth chart will have to fill itself out throughout the process as the Yellow Jackets gear up for the 2019 season.
That being said, here’s currently who’s on campus out of the scholarship wideouts. A “(RS)” denotes that the player has used a redshirt in his career.