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What do you get when you genetically mutate a passing prone high school QB, an option minded offensive system, a no nonsense genius head coach, an NFL safety's physique, and a dash of Mack truck?
The Yellow Jackets' QB, Joshua Nesbitt.
In his third year of the complicated flex-option system, one might expect an even better season from Nesbitt. That might seem hard pressed to believe based on his 2009 season with over 1700 yds passing, 1000 yds rushing, 28 total TDs, and a surprising 148.69 passer rating, but it is probably the truth.
The undisputed heart and soul of Tech's offensive attack, Joshua (as he now likes to be referred to) is primed to execute the option attack into the record books and on the scoreboard.
Doubters will likely point out the key personnel losses of 2009 counterparts B-Back Jon Dwyer and WR Demaryius Thomas, whose production will be difficult to replace.
However, with Nesbitt's added experience and understanding, combined with very capable replacements Sr, B-Back Anthony Allen and Soph. WR. Stephen Hill, onlookers might find Tech's offense is better than ever.