Georgia Tech Practice Report - Day 10 (PM) was at practice this evening as the team continued preparations for the 2006 season. Ryan Bass was there to witness the action and bring us his observations from the practice field (as well as some exclusive pictures).
August 14, 2006

Spring Review - Safety

For once the safety position at Georgia Tech will be the strength of the defense and has two of the best starters on the entire team. This position is lead by starters James Butler & Dawan Landry. They are the two top returning tacklers on the team with 119 for Butler last season and 85 for Landry. Butler also led the team in interceptions and is arguably the top returning safety in the conference.
June 10, 2004

GT Recruiting Targets - Safeties

The Safety position has been upgraded athletically over the past couple of years and Georgia Tech coaches look to build on that with this upcoming recruiting class.
August 20, 2003

Spring Practice Report Card: Safety

Ryan Bass grades spring practice position by position; today he takes a look at the safeties.
April 30, 2003

Atlanta Safety Still Committed?

Avery Roberson visited Indiana over the weekend, and liked what he saw there. spoke with Avery this evening, and got some answers.
January 23, 2003

GT Picks Up Safety

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets picked up another verbal commitment from a safety prospect from Atlanta, Georgia.
December 15, 2002

Jeramie Johnson Recruiting Update

<img src="" align="left" width="120" height="160"> [Premium Article] Atlanta football powerhouse Washington High School has one of the top defensive secondaries in the nation this year. Cornerback Jeramie Johnson (5-9, 180, 4.45), ranked as the 9th best cornerback in the nation by TheInsiders, is one of three highly recruited players from that secondary. Gene's Page caught up with Jeramie and talked recruiting with him.
October 30, 2002