Georgia Tech Wide Receiver Dominick Blaylock enters the 2024 NFL Draft

Georgia Tech wide receiver and Walton High School alum, Dominick Blaylock, has announced that he will forgo his senior year and enter into the 2024 NFL Draft.

Blaylock was a high ranked recruit out of high school with numerous offers from top college programs in the country. In his high school career with Walton, Blacklock finished with over 2,600 total yards, 15 receiving and 20 rushing touchdowns during his time with the Raiders.

Blaylock transferred from the University of Georgia to Georgia Tech after his junior season and won two national championships with the Bulldogs.

His freshman season with Georgia, Blaylock tore his ACL in the SEC Championship Game against LSU, which forced him to miss the 2020 season.

After battling numerous injuries in his time in Athens, Blaylock played in only four games during the 2021 season. Injuries kept him off the field for close to two seasons but the wide receiver was able to get back on the depth chart for 2022. Blaylock was able to see the field in 15 different games, bringing in 15 passes for 227 yards and a touchdown.

After his junior season with Georgia, Blaylock entered the transfer portal and found a new home with first year head coach Brent Key and UGA in-state rival, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

In his lone season with the Yellow Jackets, the former 4 star out of Marietta is coming off his best statistical collegiate season with 21 receptions, 337 yards and a pair of touchdowns with Georgia Tech this past season.


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