A-Back Robert Godhigh is a big man for a little guy
Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. Saturday on ESPNU
Saturday night all right for Georgia Tech
Fourteen Yellow Jackets got at least one carry Saturday night
Georgia Tech 59, Presbyterian 3
2012 (junior): Played in 11 games and started six times... ranked fourth on the team in receptions (10) for 194 yards (19.4 yards per reception)... did not have a TD reception... made the first receptions of his career when he had three catches for 64 yards vs. Presbyterian (Sept. 8)... had two receptions for 17 yards vs. Middle Tennessee State (Sept. 29)... had a 37-yard catch in the win at North Carolina (Nov. 10)... had single receptions in both postseason games against Florida State and USC.
2011 (sophomore): Played in three games as a back-up at wide receiver... saw action against Western Carolina, Middle Tennessee State and Kansas.
2010 (redshirt freshman): Sat out the season recovering from an August knee injury.
2009 (true freshman): Redshirted.
High School: Lyndon B. Johnson High School... had 25 catches for 526 yards and five touchdowns as a senior... averaged 21.0 yards per catch... caught 18 passes and scored six TDs as a junior in 2007... named all-district as a junior... coached by Demo Odens and Claude Mathis... played three seasons of basketball and two seasons of track and field, and finished fifth in the state long jump... led football team to a district title as a senior, a bi-district crown as a junior and a district championship as a sophomore... named to the academic honor roll and won the fine art outstanding achievement award.
Personal: Chose Tech because of the athletics, the choices of majors and the location... son of Anthony and Mary Moore... full name is Jeremy Lamont Moore... born Oct. 18, 1990 in Austin, Texas... a left-hander... has two siblings, Tiffany and Brandy... began playing Pop Warner football at age five... the first team he played for was called the East Austin Yellow Jackets... wore jersey No. 4 in high school because he idolized former Texas wide receiver Roy Williams... a management major.