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Mooney Officially Signs With Georgia Tech

THE FLATS – Bobby Mooney, a 6-7, 330-pound offensive lineman from Long Beach, Calif., has officially joined Georgia Tech football’s class of incoming freshmen for the 2022 season.

“We’re excited to welcome Bobby home to The Flats,” head coach Geoff Collins said. “His father, Mike, was a key member of Georgia Tech’s 1990 national championship team and a team captain in 1999, and we’re ecstatic that Bobby has chosen to follow in his footsteps. Like all of our newcomers, Bobby is a great young man with a chance to be a special player. I can’t wait to start working with him and our entire 2022 team this summer.”

Mooney is the 15th member of Georgia Tech’s incoming class of true freshmen. Eight of the 15 are four-star prospects according to Rivals, 247Sports and/or ESPN. Four of the eight earned four-star status from Rivals, which is the Yellow Jackets’ second-highest of four-star recruits since Rivals began its rankings in 2002, trailing only the famed 2007 recruiting class that included future Tech stars Derrick Morgan, Morgan Burnett, Joshua Nesbitt and Jonathan Dwyer.

The Jackets’ newcomers also currently includes seven transfers that enrolled at Georgia Tech at the beginning of the semester and participated in spring practices. Tech’s incoming transfers ranked No. 20 nationally and No. 2 in the Atlantic Coast Conference at the time of their enrollment.

BOBBY MOONEY (OL, 6-7, 330, Long Beach, Calif./Woodrow Wilson H.S.)

Rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN … Played high school football against great completion in talent-rich southern California … Began his prep career with three seasons at La Quinta (Calif.) H.S., before playing as a senior at Woodrow Wilson H.S. in Long Beach … Coached at Woodrow Wilson by Scott Meyer … Has also lettered in basketball and track and field … Father, the late Mike Mooney, was a four-year letterwinner as an offensive lineman at Georgia Tech from 1988-91 … Mike started at right tackle for the Yellow Jackets’ 1990 national championship team and was starting left tackle, team captain and first-team all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection as a senior in 1991 … Mike went on to be selected by the Houston Oilers in the fourth round of the 1992 National Football League Draft (No. 108 overall) and played in the NFL for the Oilers (1992) and San Diego Chargers (1992-93).


With less than 200 days to go before Georgia Tech football’s highly anticipated season opener versus Clemson at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 2022 season tickets are on sale now. The Yellow Jackets’ attractive 2022 home slate includes the Jackets’ Sept. 5 opener versus Clemson in the second edition of Tech’s “Mayhem at Mercedes-Benz Stadium” series, as well as showdowns with Ole Miss (Sept. 17), Virginia (Oct. 20) and Miami (Nov. 12) at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

Season tickets, which include all six games on the Jackets’ home schedule and exclusive perks such as exclusive concessions and merchandise discounts at Bobby Dodd Stadium, priority access to parking and tickets for away games and discounts on admission to the College Football Hall of Fame and Illuminarium Atlanta, begin at just $299.

To become a Georgia Tech football season ticket member, click HERE to purchase tickets online or click HERE to be contacted by a member of the Georgia Tech athletics tickets sales team. For more information, call the Georgia Tech athletics ticket office at 888-TECH-TIX or visit

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