Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets The Yellow Jackets had so much success in using their fleXbox One offense last year that new coach Moreecemos has come in and....CHANGED THE OFFENSE?? In one of the more bizzarre moves, Coach Moreecemos has opted for a more balanced offensive attack, but noting he must keep the base offense somewhat around. "I know what this team has been known to do but at the same time, I feel we should modernize this team's offensive approach." GT's been out on the field practicing and scrimmaging hard against other squads trying to run a fleXbox One heavy offense and it has yielded very good results. The only problem is coach doesn't like the heavy pounding his QB, Josh Nesbitt (89), could end up taking. On average, Nesbitt has carried the ball over 20 times and though Nesbitt is a great athlete, coach wants to take advantage of the depth at RB. In all honesty, Georgia Tech may have the most depth at RB this year. Impact RB Roddy Jones (90) figures to be the team's playmaker as he is the supreme scat back, a 5'9", 194lb RB with great agility and good speed (92). Here is where the depth comes in. While Jones may have the best ability to break one loose, he's not the fastest, nor biggest RB on the team. The fastest goes to 3rd string RB, SO Marcus Wright (84, 94spd). The strongest is their FB, who may have the biggest pro potential on the team and he goes by the name of Jonathan Dwyer (94, 93 spd). Dwyer can block too, making him a deadly option out of the backfield. Even SO-RB Embry Peoples (86) figures to break a few big runs. This team's RB corps is scary. So why would Moreecemos change the offense with so much depth at RB? The passing game is pretty sound as well with a solid WR corps. JR Demaryius Thomas (88) is the #1 option, a 6'3", 228lb manchild with great hands and elite jumping skills. Also the YJ's have SO Tyler Melton (82) and Correy Earls (83) who are the burners for the GT WR corps. It's safe to say that the GT offense should be exciting and we should expect nothing less than that from a Moreecemos led squad. The defensive side of the ball will be previewed next!