http://www.wralsportsfan.com/new-player-ejection-rule-will-be-controversial/12699195/ Here is the article...With CPJ giving Vad some high praise. Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson said former Durham Hillside High star Vad Lee has as much or more potential as any quarterback he’s had. “Tremendous kid, tremendous potential,” Johnson said. A red-shirt freshman in 2012, the 6-foot-2, 215-pound speedster was consistently outstanding as a reserve. Lee finished with 544 yards rushing (5.7 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns (second best on the team). As a passer, he was 27-of-56 for 596 yards, four TD throws, three interceptions. “He can be a very, very special player,” Johnson said. “If I had a son, I’d want him to be like Vad. He’s got impeccable character.” Interestingly, Johnson said his biggest area of concern on offense, defensive or special teams is at wide out. The Jackets don’t pass frequently but when they do, the result is often an explosion play. In 2012, Tech averaged almost 18 yards per catch, compared to 10.5 yards for Duke, 13.1 for Clemson and 12.9 for Florida State. “We’ve got some talent, but we still don’t know how the young guys will react to game-like situations. It’s tougher to make catches in games than practice,” Johnson said.