Graham was a four-star prospect out of Fitzgerald High and the No. 38 recruit in the state of Georgia. Before committing to Tech, he had been committed to Virginia Tech to play wide receiver. In an interview this summer, his high-school coach called him a "crazy dynamic athlete."
Johnson said Graham’s move is for this season only. In 2015, Marshall began his career as an A-back before moving to quarterback – his position in high school – in the following spring practice.
Said Johnson of Graham, “He’s very athletic, and we’ll put him out there at receiver and give him a chance, see what he can do.”
Sanders has been competing to get a spot in the wide-receiver rotation behind expected starters Brad Stewart and Jalen Camp. He redshirted last season.
Georgia Tech quarterback TaQuon Marshall rushed for 1,146 yards and passed for 927 in 2017, accounting for 27 touchdowns. Tech B-back KirVonte Benson rushed for 1,053 yards in 2017, averaging 5.2 yards per rush. Tech A-back Qua Searcy had 40 touches on offense in 2017, gaining 347 yards (8.7 yards per play). Tech A-back Clinton Lynch had 31 touches on offense in 2017, gaining 252 yards (8.1 yards per play). Tech A-back Nathan Cottrell averaged 8.2 yards per rush in 2017, gaining 271 yards. Tech B-back Jer
Georgia Tech linebacker Victor Alexander led the Yellow Jackets in tackles in 2017, with 60, and had two sacks. Tech linebacker Brant Mitchell recorded 51 total tackles in 2017, the second most among players returning for 2018. Tech linebacker Bruce Jordan-Swilling recorded 34 tackles as a freshman in 2017. Tech defensive end Anree Saint-Amour ranked second in sacks (2.5) and tackles for loss (5.5) in 2017. Tech defensive lineman Desmond Branch produced 3.5 tackles for loss in 2017, the third most on the