Georgia Tech's entire 2012 recruiting class is expected to qualify academically this year and according to head coach Paul Johnson at Georgia Tech they really don't expect anything else.
"The nature of what we do, and that nature of Georgia Tech, we're not going to have very many guys that we can take that don't qualify. Historically, that's just not going to be the case here."
Of course not, not at Tech. Johnson had just better hope that the powers that be consider that sort of thing when it comes time to evaluate his performance. With a recruiting class of 17 for 2012 and an expected one of about 15 in 2013 that means that the majority of talent should be on campus. That would suggest that big things should be on the horizon for the Yellow Jackets in the near future.
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