Georgia Tech's No. 2 quarterback position battle is described as "fluid" by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Vad Lee and Synjyn Days are competing but, after Lee's struggles in the first week of preseason practice, Days seems to have the edge for now.
The AJC report notes that Days has been trying to earn a spot in the A-back rotation, and how much Days figures to play at A-back will be a factor in where he lands on the depth chart.
Lee was much better in the second scrimmage than in the first. He led the first- and second-team offenses on touchdown drives Saturday and had flashy highlights running the ball as well.
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