Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets wideout Jeremy Moore is looking to return to the team after leaving earlier in the week for "personal reasons." Moore had been the starter after only playing three games during his first three years in the program.
According to a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Moore will likely be permitted to rejoin the team but will not dress when the Yellow Jackets take on the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
The redshirt junior has only logged catches in one of the team's three game this season. He caught three passes for 64 yards in the Yellow Jackets 59-3 win over Presbyterian in Week 2. The 6'3", 180-pound Moore had been a part of head coach Paul Johnson's three-man rotation at the position along with Jeff Green and Darren Waller.
For now, Anthony Autry, a true freshman, and Corey Dennis, a converted defensive back, will most likely fill the void until Moore is allowed back on the field.
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