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Updated: Jul 18, 2023

Georgia Tech football coach Brent Key announced that six student-athletes, including one true freshman, have signed to play football in The Flats next season.

In a release issued by the Athletic Department, the newest members of the Bumble Bees include five transfers – wide receiver Dominick Blaylock (Marietta, Ga./Walton H.S./Georgia), defensive back Omar Daniels (Kansas State), defensive lineman Eddie Kelly (USF), linebacker Paul Moala (Idaho) and offensive lineman Connor Scaglione (Princeton) – and a true freshman, defensive back Justin Brown (Murfreesboro, Tenn./Blackman H.S.).

The group is headlined by redshirt-junior wide receiver Dominick Blaylock who played

at in-state rival Georgia and won two national championships. He played in every game in 2022 and caught 35 passes for 548 yards and six touchdowns in his Dawg career.

Blaylock must have seen the handwriting on the wall that he had a diminished role at

Georgia and that with the new blue-chip receivers coming in, he would fall further down the depth chart. He gives Key depth at a position that could use some help.

Blaylock, who was a five-star prospect coming out of high school, graduated from

Georgia and has two seasons of eligibility remaining. His father, Mookie Blaylock, was a

basketball All-American at the University of Oklahoma and played 13 seasons in the NBA.

The true freshman, Brown, was a three-star prospect as ranked by ESPN and was the 14th ranked player to come out of Tennessee this recruiting cycle. During his junior season, Brown helped Blackman High School to the third round of the state playoffs by playing wide receiver. He caught 69 balls in 2021 for over 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns.

All six of the newcomers will join veterans and other freshmen this week for summer classes and an introduction to the collegiate weight room.

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