Marcus Marshall rushes for 184 yards in college debut
Quotes from Coach Johnson and players at Tech's Media Day
Wide receiver Micheal Summers is being asked and tasked to lead more and receive more
Summers, Lee key passing side of Tech Spread Option in opening day win
Tech scored TD's on each of Vad Lee's first three drives under center
Georgia Tech falls to Ole Miss in the Music City Bowl, 25-17
Georgia Tech vs. Syracuse - UTSI
Elon @ Georgia Tech - 8/31/2013
Photos by Danny Karnik
2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 13 games and started 11 times ... Had 10 receptions for 211 yards (21.1 yards per reception), helping Georgia Tech lead nation in yards per pass completion ... Had two rushing attempts for 19 yards ... Got career off to fantastic start with three receptions for 79 yards in season opener vs. Elon (Aug. 31) ... Hauled in 49-yard reception at BYU (Oct. 12) ... Had three receptions for 24 yards and one 11-yard rushing attempt at Clemson (Nov. 14) ... Caught two passes for 23 yards vs. Georgia (Nov. 30).
2012 (True Freshman): Redshirted, did not play.
High School: Statesboro HS ... Played for head coach Steve Pennington ... Rated with three stars and ranked No. 85 at safety position by Scout ... Played both sides of ball ... Totaled over 1,400 yards of total offense and scored 13 touchdowns ... First-team all-region pick ... Played in Georgia North-South All-Star Game.
Personal: Full name is Micheal Wayne Summers Jr. ... Son of Micheal and Vivian Summers ... Born Jan. 24, 1994, in Augusta, Ga. ... Has one sister, Jasmyne ... Father played football at South Carolina State (1984-88) and in NFL for Colts (1988-89) ... Lifelong friends with Tech teammate, Freddie Burden ... Grew up in shadows of Georgia Southern, where Paul Johnson won pair of national championships ... Cousin, Michael Johnson, is 1999 Tech graduate ... Was taught basic football fundamentals by dad at age 6 ... Majoring in business administration.