6. Jordan Domineck, DL
If one player to highlight on Georgia Tech’s defense can wreak the most havoc in the backfield, it would have to be redshirt sophomore Jordan Domineck.
Domineck is explosive coming off the line of scrimmage, and it shows apparent in his stats, having four tackles for loss, two sacks, three forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery.
Make sure to hold the ball in tight when running in between the tackles, because if not, No. 42 will be right there to strip the ball away from you and cause a big turnover.
Georgia Tech has a lot of young inexperienced players, but not so much on the defensive side of the ball as to the offensive side of the ball. This veteran defense is solid but will have to face a high-powered run offense against Georgia, who is not afraid to take shots down the field.
The Dawgs look to continue to dominate and finish 12-0 on their way to Atlanta, to set up a pivotal matchup against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Georgia football needs to pay attention Saturday because while the Dawgs can beat Tech without any problems if they don’t pay attention, the Yellow Jackets will stick around longer than they need to.