Tech dismisses 3 from team

Georgia Tech football players Anthony Autry, Darius Commissiong and Travin Henry have been dismissed from the team. Further, defensive back Lynn Griffin has been suspended for the first two games of the season. A release from the school cited violations of the athletic association’s student-athlete conduct code.

Autry, a wide receiver, and Commissiong, a defensive lineman, had already been suspended for the first two games of the season. Henry, a backup defensive end, was suspended for the first game of last season. Autry, a wide reeciver who was coming back from an ACL tear, is the older brother of incoming freshman Anthony Autry, a highly-touted A-back.

Autry played as a true freshman in 2012, showing promise in three starts, but tore his ACL against Boston College and then re-tore it on campus in the spring of 2013, forcing him to miss the fall season.

Commissiong redshirted last season and was in position to compete for playing time in preseason camp on an inexperienced defensive line. Henry began his Tech career at wide receiver and played two games in his redshirt freshman season there last fall but moved to defensive end following the season.

Griffin is a projected starter at cornerback who received playing time last season as a redshirt fresham at defensive back and on special teams.