• Georgia Tech QB shows versatility during Pro Day

    By: Anthony Amey


    ATLANTA - Justin Thomas ended his career at Georgia Tech as one of the Yellow Jackets' most decorated quarterbacks, which is why it's somewhat difficult for him to face the possibility of switching positions for the chance to play at the professional level.

    Tech has won nine games in a single season just six times since 1957, four of them have come under Paul Johnson. Thomas has been the signal-caller for two of them (2014, 2016).  He's also the only player in the long, storied history of Georgia Tech football to pass for 4,000 career yards and run for at least 2,000.

    Thomas' Twitter handle is "@smooov" and he showed at Tech's Pro Day event on Friday that he could smoothly show his versatility, running drills at both wide receiver and defensive back. 

    He really turned heads by running what two accounts said were 4.28 and 4.33-second 40-yard dashes. That should certainly help with any transition.

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