Tech tinkered with an up-tempo attack in Friday's spring game
The Jackets played in a bowl game for the 17th consecutive season
Sophomore quarterback indicates he will leave Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech finishes the year with a 7-6 overall record
Jackets knee-deep in preparations for Ole Miss as winter break from classes begins
Vad Lee and David Sims talk about getting into full pads for the first time in #GTCAMP13
Georgia Tech falls to Ole Miss in the Music City Bowl, 25-17
Georgia Tech vs. Georgia
Robert Godhigh piled up 229 yards of total offense and scored two touchdowns in 55-31 defeat.
Pittsburgh @ Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech vs. Virginia - UTSI
* 2013 ACC Offensive Back of the Week (9.16)
* 2013 Athlon ACC Offensive Player of the Week (9.16)
In the Tech Record Books
A talented, dual-threat quarterback who redshirted as a true freshman in 2011, served as a top back-up in 2012 and started all 13 games as sophomore in 2013... announced in January (2014) that he will transfer to another school (James Madison)... came to Georgia Tech after a remarkable prep career in North Carolina... a member of the 2012-13 Georgia Tech Student-Athlete Advisory Board... extremely active in the community, visiting children's hospitals in the area frequently.
2013 (sophomore): Started all 13 games at quarterback... named the ACC Offensive Back of the Week for his performance in the Duke game... had five games in which he passed and rushed for touchdowns... his eight rushing touchdowns were the seventh-most by a Tech quarterback... led the Yellow Jackets in total offense (2,074)... passed for two touchdowns and ran for one TD in the season opener vs. Elon (Aug. 31) while completing 7-of-11 passes for 189 yards... threw a career-high four touchdown passes and rushed for one TD at eventual ACC Coastal Division champion Duke (Sept. 14)... was named the ACC Offensive Back of the Week for his performance... rushed and passed for touchdowns in Tech's come-from-behind victory vs. North Carolina (Sept. 21)... rushed for 72 yards and two touchdowns and passed for a TD in Tech's 56-0 blanking vs. Syracuse (Oct. 19)... played perhaps his best game of the season vs. rival Georgia (Nov. 30)... rushed 14 times for 63 yards and two touchdowns, and completed 11-of-23 passes for 232 yards and two TDs against the Bulldogs.
2012 (redshirt freshman): Played in 12 games and playing time increased as the season progressed... rushed 96 times for 544 yards (5.7 yards per attempt)... his nine rushing touchdowns ranked second on the team... completed 27-of-56 pass attempts for 596 yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions... had a solid pass efficiency rating of 150.47... ranked second on the team in total offense with 1,140 yards... had 18 offensive plays of 20-plus yards (8 rushing, 10 passing)... saw first collegiate action vs. Presbyterian (Sept. 8)... rushed eight times for 101 yards and one touchdown, and completed an 82-yard pass for a TD against the Blue Hose... rushed for 59 yards and two touchdowns in the win over Virginia (Sept. 15)... rushed for 62 yards and a touchdown and passed for 89 yards and a TD vs. Boston College (Oct. 20)... carried 12 times for 60 yards and two touchdowns at Maryland (Nov. 3)... was instrumental in Tech's 68-50 win at North Carolina (Nov. 10)... rushed (112 yards) and passed (169 yards) for more than 100 yards, ran for two TDs and passed for another against the Tar Heels... carried 10 times for 52 yards and passed for a touchdown against USC in the Hyundai Sun Bowl (Dec. 31).
2011 (true freshman): Redshirted... was on the travel roster throughout the season.
High School: Hillside HS... earned four varsity letters and served three years as a team captain... played for coach Antonio King... led Hillside to the North Carolina state championship... rushed for 1,300 yards and passed for 3,223 in 2010... rushed for five touchdowns in one game with Paul Johnson watching from the stands... career numbers: more than 5,000 passing yards, 1,960 rushing yards, 1,024 receiving yards and 85 touchdowns responsible for... led Hillside to a perfect 16-0 record... the Pac-6 Conference Player of the Year... the AP North Carolina state Player of the Year... first team all-state... played in the North Carolina-South Carolina Shrine Bowl Game...was MVP of the Offensive-Defensive Bowl... an ESPNU/Scouts Inc. four-star recruit... threw three TD passes and for 264 yards in the state championship game, earning MVP honors... played wide receiver as a sophomore, producing 1,124 receiving yards and nine touchdowns.
Personal: Full name is Lavaedeay Montique Lee... parents are Walter Foster and Katrina Reid... has one sibling -- Dominique Sutton... Dominique played basketball at Kansas State and this past season for North Carolina Central... born April 27, 1993 in Durham, N.C... began playing football at age six... wore jersey No. 2 in high school... a management major.