THE FLATS – Georgia Tech football landed seven student-athletes on the 2020 Phil Steele College Football Preview preseason all-Atlantic Coast Conference team.
The Yellow Jackets seven honorees are highlighted by their four returning all-ACC performers from 2019 – senior linebacker David Curry (Buford, Ga./Buford), junior defensive back Tre Swilling (New Orleans, La./Brother Martin), senior offensive lineman Jack DeFoor (Calhoun, Ga./Calhoun) and junior running back Jordan Mason (Gallatin, Tenn./Gallatin), who received first-team (Curry), second-team (Swilling) and third-team (DeFoor and Mason) preseason accolades from Phil Steele.
Georgia Tech’s other representatives on the 2020 Phil Steele College Football Preview preseason all-ACC team include sophomore long snapper Cade Long (Hixson, Tenn./Baylor School), graduate transfer offensive lineman Devin Cochran (Norcross, Ga./Greater Atlanta Christian Academy/Vanderbilt) and junior defensive back Juanyeh Thomas (Niceville, Fla./Niceville), who received second-, third- and fourth-team nods, respectively.
2020 PHIL STEELE COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW PRESEASON ALL-ACC
Sr. LB David Curry
So. LS Cade Long
Jr. DB Tre Swilling
Sr. OL Devin Cochran
Sr. OL Jack DeFoor
Jr. RB Jordan Mason
Jr. DB Juanyeh Thomas
2020 Georgia Tech football season tickets are on sale now. The Yellow Jackets’ seven-game home schedule is one of the best in program history, featuring matchups at Bobby Dodd Stadium versus Clemson, Miami, Virginia and UCF, as well as the inaugural “Mayhem at MBS” showdown against Notre Dame at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Nov. 14. Season tickets start at just $229 and include the Mayhem at MBS contest versus Notre Dame. For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit ramblinwreck.com/footballtickets.
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