Georgia Tech to have 12 participants at pro day


Georgia Tech will have 12 participants at its pro day March 16, according to a school spokesman.

ESPN.com draft expert Mel Kiper weighed in on wide receiver Ricky Jeune, who he views as a legitimate NFL prospect.

Former Jacket Freddie Burden, a three-year starter at center who went undrafted and unsigned in 2017, will join Jeune and 10 others who played for Tech last season.

Pro day participants:

Lance Austin, CB

Lawrence Austin, CB

Freddie Burden, C

Shamire Devine, OG

Step Durham, CB

KeShun Freeman, DE

JJ Green, RB

Corey Griffin, S

Ricky Jeune, WR

Terrell Lewis, LB

Antonio Messick, WR

Antonio Simmons, DE

Pro day will not be open to the public. 


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