The only way to develop that patience is to continue to get reps. Dorn is getting those. He is challenging Kyler Neal for the starting spot.
In addition to working on his patience, he has also worked to improve his pass blocking. He said he is much stronger than when he arrived and much better at taking on rushing defenders.
Georgia State needs Neal, Dorn, Taz Bateman and/or Marcus Caffey to help a running game that failed to crack an average of 100 yards per game last year.
Dorn (6-0, 205 pounds), Neal and Caffey have the size to be every-down backs. Though coach Trent Miles said a committee approach will be usesd, the majority of playing time may come down to which back has the hot hand, which one is pass-blocking better and/or which one is holding onto the ball.