No sure if this has been posted
so a freshman, but basically a true freshman in this scheme behind the worst ol in the country also learning a new O did what he did, but still gt stinks he stinks we shoulda won 7. Lol.Showed some flashes, I think people forget he was a freshman playing behind, statistically, the worst OL in FBS. He's got the arm strength, the speed, and the athleticism to succeed. Good news is the rest can be coached and will grow with experience
He does a great job running underneath the ball, and he's got such great speed that he can burn most DBs. Equally impressive is the chemistry between him and Graham - on several throws (Clemson TD, Pitt TD come to mind) Graham bombs it over the safety's head and Graham zips around him and makes it look easy. Haven't seen one of our receivers do that (and consistently and that) in forever. Maybe ever.The thing that stood out to me most in that video and really all season is how well Brown adjusts to the ball in the air without losing speed. He does this at an elite level as a true freshman. If Nate is close to Brown’s level, Camp returns to form, and Cater continues to progress, our 4 WR sets are going to be fun to watch next year!
JAMES GRAHAM, GEORGIA TECH QB
247Sports' Take: Georgia Tech went 3-9 overall and 2-6 against ACC play in head coach Geoff Collins' first year on the job in 2019, but the Yellow Jackets were young and loaded with developing talent. Chief among them was James Graham, who emerged midway through the season as Georgia Tech's starting quarterback. As a redshirt freshman, the 6-foot-1, 192-pound Graham accounted for 10 touchdowns (eight passing, two rushing), but threw seven interceptions. After taking his lumps, he could be due for the next step as the full-time starter entering Year 2 on the job. A four-star recruit, Graham was the 247Sports Composite's No. 332 overall prospect, No. 17 athlete and No. 38 player in Georgia for the 2018 class out of Fitzgerald High.
On the other side of the ball, Antonneous Clayton is not to be forgotten. A transfer from Florida after three seasons with the Gators from 2016-18, Clayton sat the year out but returns to action in 2020 ready for an immediate star impact. The 6-foot-2, 265-pounder was recruited to Florida by Collins — then the defensive coordinator — and logged 17 games after a season-ending injury as a freshman in 2016. A four-star recruit out of Vienna (Ga.) Dooly County, Clayton's homecoming to Georgia Tech is highly anticipated after he left his high school as the 247Sports Composite's No. 27 overall prospect, No. 2 weak-side defensive end and No. 4 player in Georgia for the 2016 class.