Georgia Tech wide receiver Micheal Summers has left the team according to coach Paul Johnson.
“Just said he didn’t want to play anymore,”Johnson said during his Monday news conference.
According to JacketsOnline.com, the decision to quit football was Summers' and it had nothing to do with Johnson as the team's coach. The site also said Summers has no plans to play football at another school.[Check out Dr. Saturday on Tumblr for things you won’t see on the blog]
Summers has started seven games for Georgia Tech. He had four catches for 48 yards against Virginia on Saturday and has 12 catches for 178 yards and two touchdowns. He's Georgia Tech's second-leading receiver in terms of receptions and third in yardage.
A redshirt junior, Summers was a three-star athlete in the class of 2012 according to Rivals.
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