List of Georgia Institute of Technology athletes

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Georgia Tech's first football team

Georgia Institute of Technology has graduated a number of athletes. This includes graduates, non-graduate former students and current students of Georgia Tech who are notable for their achievements within athletics, sometimes before or after their time at Georgia Tech. Other alumni can be found in the list of Georgia Institute of Technology alumni; notable administration, faculty, and staff can be found on the list of Georgia Institute of Technology faculty. Intercollegiate sports teams at Georgia Tech are called "Yellow Jackets", and are run by the Georgia Tech Athletic Association. The Athletic Association runs Georgia Tech's Hall of Fame, which has inducted many of Tech's greatest players throughout the program's history.

Despite their technical backgrounds and courses of study, many Georgia Tech students participate in college athletics, outdoor activities and other forms of sport. Georgia Tech offers seventeen varsity sports: Men's Football, Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's Baseball, Women's Softball, Women's volleyball, Men's Golf, Men's and Women's Tennis, Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving, Men's and Women's Track and Field, and Men's and Women's Cross Country. Approximately 150 Tech students have gone into the National Football League (NFL), with many others going into the National Basketball Association (NBA) or Major League Baseball (MLB). Some Tech players have also participated in the Olympic Games.

Well-known American football athletes include former students Calvin Johnson, Ken Whisenhunt, and Keith Brooking, former Tech head football coaches John Heisman, and Bobby Dodd, and all-time greats such as Joe Hamilton, Pat Swilling, Billy Shaw, and Joe Guyon. Tech's entrants into the NBA include Dennis Scott, Mark Price, John Salley, Stephon Marbury, and Chris Bosh. Award-winning baseball stars include Mark Teixeira, Nomar Garciaparra, and Jason Varitek. In golf, Bobby Jones founded The Masters, David Duval was ranked #1 in the world in 2001, and Stewart Cink won the 2009 British Open.

Olympics[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Derrick Adkins 1993 1996 Olympic Gold medalist, Track and Field. [1][2]
Chris Bosh 2003 Professional basketball player with the Miami Heat and former U.S. Olympic Team Member (Gold medal in men's basketball, 2008) [3]
Eric Giddens 1995 Slalom canoer who finished 20th in the men's K-1 slalom event at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. [4]
Ed Hamm 1929 Tech Hall of Fame, won the gold medal in the long jump at the 1928 Summer Olympics held in Amsterdam, Netherlands [1]
Stephon Marbury 1996 Former NBA Professional basketball player and former U.S. Olympic Team Member (Bronze medal in men's basketball, 2004) [5]
Antonio McKay 1985 1984 Olympic Gold and Bronze medalist, Track and Field. [1]
Derek Mills 1995 1996 Olympic Gold medalist, Track and Field. [1]
Angelo Taylor 1998 2000 and 2008 Olympic Gold medalist, Track and Field. [6]
Ed Hamm, Tech Hall of Fame, 1928 Summer Olympics gold medalist

American football[edit]

Taylor Bennett, 2005–2007 quarterback for the Yellow Jackets. Photo by Jamie Howell
Walker Carpenter, captain of Tech's first national championship team. Tech Hall of Fame.
Tashard Choice, running back for the Yellow Jackets, scoring a touchdown.
Buck Flowers, first Tech player in the College Football Hall of Fame. Twice All-American and thrice All-Southern. Tech Hall of Fame.
Joe Guyon, an American Indian and National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Joe Hamilton, 1999 1st Team All-American Quarterback and Heisman Trophy finalist.
Judy Harlan blocking for Red Barron.
Calvin Johnson, impressive wide receiver and #2 pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. Photo by Jamie Howell
Al Loeb, Tech Hall of Fame; his nickname was "The Yiddish Wildcat"
Everett Strupper, a small, deaf man, scored 8 touchdowns in the 222–0 rout of Cumberland, led the offensive attack of 1917 national champions. Twice Consensus All-American. College Football Hall of Fame. Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. Tech Hall of Fame.
Name Class year Position Notability Reference(s)
Taz Anderson 1960 Tight end National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Joe Auer 1964 Running back and kickoff returner National Football League player [7]
Joe Anoa'i 2006 Defensive tackle 2006 first-team All-ACC. Now a professional wrestler in WWE under the name Roman Reigns. [8][9]
Reggie Ball 2007 Quarterback Tech's quarterback from 2003 to 2006 [10][11]
Red Barron 1922 Halfback Three-sport letterwinner at Tech, Tech Hall of Fame (football), Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era) [1]
Maxie Baughan 1959 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech All-Time Football Team [1][7][12]
Craig Baynham 1966 Running Back National Football League player [7]
Scott Beavers 1989 Guard and Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Ray Beck 1953 Guard National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [1][7][12]
Si Bell 1919 end Starter for 222 to 0 rout of Cumberland. Member of Tech's first national championship team in 1917. Twice All-Southern. [13]
William Bell 1993 Running back National Football League player [7]
Taylor Bennett 2008 Quarterback Backup quarterback, 2005–2006; Starting quarterback, 2007. [14]
Don Bessillieu 1978 Safety National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Time Football Team [1][7][12]
Damarius Bilbo 2006 Wide receiver National Football League player [15]
Tom Bleick 1965 Defensive back National Football League player [7]
Jason Bostic 1998 Cornerback and Safety National Football League player [7]
John Brewer 1928 Guard and Halfback National Football League player [7]
Jimmy Brewster 1925 Quarterback National Football League player [7]
Keith Brooking 1998 Linebacker National Football League linebacker with the Dallas Cowboys [16]
Gary Brown 1993 Defensive tackle and Guard National Football League player [7]
Pete Brown 1952 Center and Linebacker National Football League player [1][7]
Frank Broyles 1946 Quarterback Tech Hall of Fame, former NCAA football coach and broadcaster, and the athletic director for the Arkansas Razorbacks [1]
Jerry Burch 1960 End National Football League player [7]
Joe Burns 2001 Running back National Football League player [7]
Gerry Bussell 1964 Defensive back National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
James Butler 2004 Free Safety National Football League player [7]
Kelly Campbell 2001 Wide receiver National Football League player [7]
Jon Carman 1999 Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Walker Carpenter 1918 Tackle Captain of 1917 national championship team. Tech Hall of Fame, Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and the Helms Football Hall of Fame. [1]
Clint Castleberry 1942 Halfback Tech Hall of Fame, Heisman Trophy candidate whose plane was lost in World War II. His number, #19, is the only retired football jersey at Georgia Tech. [1][17]
Bill Chambers 1944 Offensive tackle National Football League player [1][7]
Michael Cheever 1995 Center National Football League player [7]
Tashard Choice 2011 Running back Currently plays for the Dallas Cowboys [18]
Willie Clay 1992 Cornerback and Safety National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Felipe Claybrooks 2000 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Marco Coleman 1992 Defensive end National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Vaughn Connaly 1925 Defensive back and Halfback National Football League player [7]
Willis Crockett 1989 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Bill Curry 1964 Center and Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech All-Time Football Team and Tech Football Head Coach, current head coach at Georgia State University [1][7][12]
Shane Curry 1964 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
P. J. Daniels 2005 Running back National Football League player [19]
Steve Davenport 1990 Wide receiver Three-year starter and four-year letterman; current head football coach of the Savannah State Tigers football team [20]
Bob Davis 1947 Offensive tackle National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [1][7][12]
Dennis Davis, Jr. 2005 Cornerback National Football League player [21]
Donnie Davis 1995 Quarterback Tech quarterback, professional player [22]
John Davis 1986 Guard National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Oscar Davis 1922 Guard Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era) [1][12]
Ted Davis 1963 Linebacker and Tight end National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [1][7][12]
Tony Daykin 1976 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
John Dewberry 1985 Quarterback Tech Hall of Fame, Tech starting quarterback (1983–1985) [1]
Tom Dooley 1957 Official American football official for 32 years [23]
Nat Dorsey 2003 Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Paul Duke 1946 Center National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][24]
Andrew Economos 2005 Long snapper National Football League player for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. [25]
Randy Edmunds 1967 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [7][12]
Nick Ferguson 2005 Strong safety National Football League safety with the Denver Broncos [7][26]
Bill Fincher 1920 Offensive tackle College Football Hall of Fame, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (John Heisman Era) [1][12][27]
Buck Flowers 1920 Halfback College Football Hall of Fame, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era) [1][12][28]
Lee Flowers 1994 Defensive back National Football League player [7]
Elliott Fortune 1995 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
John Paul Foschi 2004 Tight end and H-back National Football League player [7]
Keyaron Fox 2003 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Russell Freeman 1991 Guard and Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Bill Fulcher 1955 Guard and Linebacker National Football League player and Tech Football Head Coach [7]
Bill Gaiver 1921 Fullback and Halfback National Football League player [7]
Ellis Gardner 1982 Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Walt Godwin 1928 Guard Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era), All-American [12]
Jerry Green 1959 Halfback National Football League player [7]
Rufus Guthrie 1962 Guard Tech All-Time Football Team [12]
Joe Guyon 1918 Running back National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (John Heisman Era), Pro Football Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Gary Guyton 2008 Linebacker National Football League player for the New England Patriots [7][29]
Andy Hall 2005 Quarterback National Football League player [30]
Joe Hamilton 2000 Quarterback 1999 1st Team All-America Quarterback and Heisman Trophy finalist, currently with the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League [7][31]
Harvey Hardy 1942 Guard National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era), All-American [12]
Anthony Hargrove 2003 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Steve Harkey 1970 Running back National Football League player [7]
Judy Harlan 1921 Fullback Tech Hall of Fame, All-Southern .[1][32]
Joe Harris 1974 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Anthony Harrison 1986 Safety National Football League player [7]
Will Heller 2002 Tight end National Football League player [7]
Jack Helms 1945 Defensive end, Halfback, and Tackle National Football League player [7]
Eric Henderson 2005 Linebacker National Football League player with the Cincinnati Bengals [33]
David Hendrix 1994 Safety National Football League player [7]
Bunky Henry 1966 Placekicker Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [12]
Urban Henry 1960 Defensive end and Defensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Drew Hill 1978 Wide receiver National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Kent Hill 1980 Guard National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Tony Hollings 2002 Running back National Football League player [7]
Reuben Houston 2005 Cornerback Georgia Tech cornerback charged with conspiring to distribute 94 pounds of marijuana. Later signed by the Tampa Bay Bucs. [34][35]
Eddie Lee Ivery 1978 Running back National Football League running back with the Green Bay Packers, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][7][12]
Calvin Johnson 2007 Wide receiver Picked number two overall by the Detroit Lions in the 2007 NFL Draft. [36][37]
Henry Johnson 1979 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Shawn Jones 1992 Quarterback and Safety National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Mike Kelley 1981 Quarterback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Kim King 1968 Quarterback Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era), Atlanta developer, author, and college football radio analyst [1][12][38]
Dawan Landry 2005 Safety National Football League player [39]
Rick Lantz 1972 Tackle Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [12]
Robert Lavette 1984 Running back National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Gary Lee 1986 Wide receiver National Football League player [7]
Al Loeb 1914 Center Tech Hall of Fame [1][40]
Dorsey Levens 1993 Running back National Football League player [7]
Sammy Lilly 1988 Cornerback and Safety National Football League player [7]
Billy Lothridge 1963 Punter, Safety and Quarterback National Football League All-Pro, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Roy Lumpkin 1929 Fullback, Halfback, and Quarterback National Football League player [7]
Dave Lutz 1982 Guard and Offensive tackle National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Ralph Malone 1985 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Billy Martin 1964 Punter and Tight end All-American, National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Clay Matthews 1949 Offensive tackle and Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Michael Matthews 2007 Tight end National Football League player with the New York Giants [41]
Jerry Mays 1989 Running back National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Eddie McAshan 1972 Quarterback Tech Hall of Fame, Tech quarterback, first African American to start at quarterback for a major Southeastern university. [1]
Frank Mcconnell 1926 Guard National Football League player [7]
Pat McHugh 1946 Halfback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Hal Miller 1953 Tackle National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), co-captain of Georgia Tech's 1952 football team. This team, with a 12-0-0 record, won the 1953 Sugar Bowl and were the SEC champions. [1][7][12][42]
Warner Mizell 1929 Fullback and Halfback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Mike Mooney 1992 Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Pat Moriarty 1978 Running back National Football League player [7]
George Morris 1952 Center and Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Time Football Team [1][7][12]
George Morris 1952 Linebacker National Football League Player, College Football Hall of Fame, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech All-Time Football Team, All-American [1][12]
Larry Morris 1954 Linebacker, Center, and Fullback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech All-Time Football Team [1][7][12]
Fred Murphy 1959 End National Football League player [7]
Johnny Murray 1925 Center National Football League player [7]
Najee Mustafaa
(aka Reggie Rutland)
1986 Safety, Cornerback National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team [7][12]
Ed Nutting 1960 Offensive tackle National Football League player [7]
Ken Owen 1956 Fullback Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [12]
Craig Page 1999 Center National Football League player [7]
Bill Paschal 1942 Running back National Football League player [7]
Don Patterson 1978 Cornerback National Football League player [7]
Pup Phillips 1919 Center starter for 222 to 0 rout of Cumberland and Tech's first national championship team in 1917. Tech Hall of Fame. [1]
Mark Pike 1986 Linebacker and Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Zach Piller 1998 Guard National Football League player [7]
Bosh Pritchard 1941 Running back National Football League player [7]
Eddie Prokop 1943 Fullback and Halfback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Peter Pund 1928 Center College Football Hall of Fame, Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era) [1][12][28][43]
Steve Raible 1975 Wide receiver National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][7][12]
Chris Reis 2006 Safety National Football League player [44]
Randy Rhino 1974 Defensive back Tech Hall of Fame, College Football Hall of Fame, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][12][28]
Al Richardson 1979 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [7][12]
Jimmy Robinson 1974 Wide receiver National Football League player, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era), Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Pepper Rodgers 1953 Quarterback Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech football Head Coach 1974–1979 [1][12]
Charlie Rogers 1998 Running back and Wide receiver National Football League player [7]
Corky Rogers 1965 Defensive back and Wide receiver Winningest Florida high school football coach: 423-73-1 with 10 State Championships [7]
Nick Rogers 2001 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Coleman Rudolph 1992 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Jack Rudolph 1959 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
L. W. "Chip" Robert, Jr. 1908 Quarterback Captain of the Georgia Tech football, baseball, and cross country teams, and earned 15 varsity letters. Tech Hall of Fame, Georgia Sports Hall of Fame (1989) [1][45]
Ted Roof 1985 Linebacker Tech Hall of Fame, Head Football Coach at Duke University [1][7]
Lucius Sanford 1977 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][7][12]
Billy Shaw 1960 Guard National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era), Tech All-Time Football Team, Pro Football Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Billy Shields 1974 Tackle National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][7][12]
Dave Simmons 1964 Cornerback National Football League player [7]
Roy Simmons 1978 Guard National Football League player [7]
David Sims 1974 Running back National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][7][12]
Scott Sisson 1992 Placekicker National Football League player, Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7][12]
Daryl Smith 2003 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Jonathan Smith 2003 Wide receiver National Football League player [7]
Sean Smith 1989 Defensive end National Football League player [7]
Lum Snyder 1952 Offensive tackle National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [1][7][12]
Larry Stallings 1962 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-time Football Team, Tech All-Era Team (Bobby Dodd Era) [1][7][12]
John Steber 1946 Guard National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [7]
Rod Stephens 1988 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Ryan Stewart 1995 Safety National Football League player [7]
Jim Still 1947 Defensive back National Football League player [7]
Rick Strom 1988 Quarterback National Football League player [7]
Everett Strupper 1917 Halfback College Football Hall of Fame, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (John Heisman Era) [1][12][46]
A.J. Suggs 2004 Quarterback Tech starting quarterback [47]
Ken Swilling 1991 Safety Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Time Football Team [1][12]
Pat Swilling 1985 Linebacker Tech All-Time Football Team, Tech Hall of Fame, 5-time National Football League Pro-Bowl linebacker and former Defensive player of the Year [1][7][12]
Jim Taylor 1982 Quarterback National Football League player [7]
Tom Taylor 1986 Guard National Football League player [7]
Demaryius Thomas 2011 Wide Receiver National Football League player [1][7][12]
Stumpy Thomason 1929 Fullback, Halfback, and Quarterback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era) [1][7][12]
Leo Tierney 1977 Center National Football League player, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [7][12]
Calvin Tiggle 1990 Linebacker National Football League player [7]
Travares Tillman 1999 Safety National Football League player [7]
Ben Utt 1943 Guard National Football League player [7]
Carl Vereen 1956 Tackle National Football League player [7]
Tevin Washington 2012 Quarterback Tech starting quarterback [48]
Gordon Watkins 1929 Guard and Tackle National Football League player [7]
Dave Watson 1963 Guard National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][7]
Ken Whisenhunt 1990 Tight end Head Coach of the Arizona Cardinals after being a long time Offensive Coordinator of the recent Super Bowl XL champion Pittsburgh Steelers and former National Football League player [7][49]
Dez White 1999 Wide receiver National Football League player [7]
Reggie Wilkes 1977 Linebacker National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (Carson-Fulcher-Rodgers Era) [1][7][12]
Gary Wilkins 1985 Fullback and Tight end National Football League player [7]
Gerris Wilkinson 2005 Linebacker National Football League player [50]
Clyde Williams 1934 Guard and Tackle National Football League player [7]
Ike Williams 1925 Fullback, Halfback, and Quarterback National Football League player [7]
Rodney Williams 2000 Punter National Football League player [7]
Doug Wycoff 1925 Fullback, Halfback, and Quarterback National Football League player, Tech Hall of Fame, Tech All-Era Team (William Alexander Era) [1][7][12]
Chris Young 2002 Defensive back National Football League player [7]
Frank Ziegler 1948 Halfback National Football League player [7]

Basketball[edit]

Thaddeus Young, current player for the Brooklyn Nets
Name Class year Position Notability Reference(s)
Kenny Anderson 1991 Point guard National Basketball Association player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][51]
Drew Barry 1996 Shooting guard National Basketball Association player [51][52]
Jon Barry 1992 Shooting guard Former National Basketball Association player, television analyst for ESPN [51][53]
Travis Best 1995 Point guard former National Basketball Association player, Tech Hall of Fame [1][51]
Chris Bosh 2003 Power forward National Basketball Association player for the Miami Heat [51][54]
Niesha Butler 2002 Shooting guard Won several All-ACC awards [55]
Will Bynum 2005 Point guard National Basketball Association player Detroit Pistons [51][56]
Jim Caldwell 1967 Center Tech Hall of Fame, former National Basketball Association player [1][51]
Jason Collier 2000 Power forward Former National Basketball Association player, first active National Basketball Association player to die since Malik Sealy in 2000, his jersey (#40) was retired by the Atlanta Hawks. [51][57]
Javaris Crittenton 2007 Point guard Former Tech player, former point guard for the Washington Wizards and the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association [58]
Ed Elisma 1997 Center National Basketball Association player [59]
Derrick Favors 2010 Center National Basketball Association player
Duane Ferrell 1988 Small forward Tech Hall of Fame, Former National Basketball Association player with the Atlanta Hawks and others [1][51][60]
James Forrest 1995 Center Led Yellow Jackets to the 1993 ACC title, player with the Euroleague's Olympiacos BC (2001–2002) [61][62]
Matt Geiger 1992 Center Former National Basketball Association player for the Miami Heat [51][63]
Dion Glover 1999 Shooting guard Former National Basketball Association player [51][64]
Tom Hammonds 1989 Power forward Tech Hall of Fame, Former National Basketball Association player with the Denver Nuggets, Golden State Warriors and others [1][51]
Matt Harpring 1998 Small forward National Basketball Association player with the Utah Jazz [51][65]
Jarrett Jack 2005 Point guard National Basketball Association player for the Cleveland Cavaliers and 22nd pick in the 2005 National Basketball Association draft by the Denver Nuggets (traded to the Portland Trail Blazers) [51][66]
Alvin Jones 2001 Center Former National Basketball Association player [51][67]
Yvon Joseph 1985 Center Former National Basketball Association player [51]
Roger Kaiser 1961 Guard Tech Hall of Fame, All-American, Former National Basketball Association player, 4 x time NAIA National Champion Coach [1][51]
Gani Lawal 2010 Power forward National Basketball Association player
Malcolm Mackey 1993 Power forward Tech Hall of Fame, former National Basketball Association player [1][51]
Stephon Marbury 1996 Point guard National Basketball Association player with the Boston Celtics and former U.S. Olympic Team Member [5][51]
Anthony McHenry 2005 Small forward Professional basketball player, most recently signed to the Fort Worth Flyers in the National Basketball Association Development League. [68]
Anthony Morrow 2007 Small forward Currently playing for the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder. [69]
Craig Neal 1988 Guard Former National Basketball Association player, current assistant head coach at the University of Iowa [51][70]
Ivano Newbill 1994 Forward Former National Basketball Association player [51]
Jim Nolan 1949 Center Tech Hall of Fame, Former National Basketball Association player [1][51]
Brian Oliver 1990 Small forward Tech Hall of Fame, Former National Basketball Association player [1][51]
Mark Price 1986 Point guard Tech Hall of Fame, Former National Basketball Association All-Pro point guard with the Cleveland Cavaliers and U.S. Olympic Team Member [1][51]
John Salley 1986 Power forward Tech Hall of Fame, Former National Basketball Association player with the Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers and others, and current television personality [1][51]
Luke Schenscher 2005 Center Former National Basketball Association player with the Chicago Bulls and Portland Trail Blazers, and currently plays in the Australian NBL with his home town team the Adelaide 36ers. Former Australian Boomers international representative. [51][71]
Dennis Scott 1990 Small forward Tech Hall of Fame, former National Basketball Association player who set National Basketball Association records for most three-point shots made in a season, in a game, and in a half for the Orlando Magic [1][51]
Brook Steppe 1982 Guard Former National Basketball Association player [51]
Fred Vinson 1994 Guard Former National Basketball Association player [51][72]
Thaddeus Young 2011 Small forward National Basketball Association player with the Philadelphia 76ers [73]
Phil Wagner 1968 Guard Tech Hall of Fame, former National Basketball Association player [1][51]
Mario West 2006 Guard Currently playing professional basketball with the Atlanta Hawks [74]

Baseball[edit]

Kevin Brown, Tech Hall of Fame, former Major League Baseball right-handed starting pitcher
Nomar Garciaparra, Major League Baseball first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers
Weldon Henley, Tech's first player to go into the majors
Ed Lafitte, Tech Hall of Fame, former Major League Baseball pitcher
Del Pratt, Major League Baseball player with the St. Louis Browns in 1912
Jason Varitek, Tech Hall of Fame, All-Star baseball player and captain of the Boston Red Sox, Gold Glove winner, and Silver Slugger Award winner
Name Class year Position Notability Reference(s)
Horace Allen 1919 Outfielder Major League Baseball player [75]
Tom Angley 1927 Catcher Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Red Barron 1922 Outfielder Three-sport letterwinner at Tech, Tech Hall of Fame (football), Major League Baseball player with the Boston Braves [75][76][77]
Mike Bell 1991 First baseman Attended Tech during the off-season while playing for the Atlanta Braves. [76]
Charlie Bishop 1955 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [76][78]
Buddy Blemker 1959 Pitcher Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Frank Bolick 1987 Infielder Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Cam Bonifay 1974 General manager Tech Hall of Fame, general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1993 to 2001 [1][79]
Jung Keun Bong 2003 Pitcher Studied English as a Foreign Language at Tech while with the Atlanta Braves [76]
Darren Bragg 1991 Outfielder Tech Hall of Fame, Former Major League Baseball outfielder [1][75][76]
Kevin Brown 1986 Pitcher Tech Hall of Fame, Former All-Star Major League Baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Florida Marlins [1][75][76]
Marlon Byrd 1999 Center fielder Major League Baseball player with the Boston Red Sox [76][80]
Bill Calhoun 1911 Infielder Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Kevin Cameron 2001 Pitcher Major League Baseball player with the San Diego Padres. [75]
Lew Carpenter 1935 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Bruce Chen 2000 Pitcher Professional Baseball player that attended Tech in the off-season [76][81]
Doug Creek 1991 Pitcher Tech Hall of Fame, former Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Ed Crowley 1927 Infielder Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Brandon Cumpton 2010 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [82]
Claud Derrick 1914 Infielder Major League Baseball player [76]
Bobby Dews 1961 Infielder Former infielder in Minor League Baseball and a coach in Major League Baseball [83]
Sam Dove Third baseman Major League Baseball player with the Philadelphia Phillies [84]
Todd Dunn 1997 Outfielder Attended Tech as a scholarship football player. (Did not play baseball at Tech) [76]
David Elder 1997 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Zane Evans 2013 Catcher Major League Baseball player, drafted by the Kansas City Royals. [84]
Buck Farmer 2013 Pitcher Major League Baseball player, previously with the Atlanta Braves and the Brewers, now with the Detroit Tigers. [84]
Nomar Garciaparra 1994 Infielder Tech Hall of Fame, 5-time All-Star baseball player and Rookie of the Year winner currently with the Los Angeles Dodgers [1][75][76]
Ty Griffin 1988 Second baseman Olympic gold medalist, Tech Hall of Fame, played professionally in minor league baseball. [1]
Matthew Grimes 2013 Pitcher Major League Baseball player with the Philadelphia Phillies [84]
Joe Guyon 1918 Outfielder Minor League player, coach of the Clemson Tigers baseball team from 1928 to 1931. [85]
Jim Hearn 1941 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Weldon Henley 1901 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Riccardo Ingram 1987 Outfielder Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Michael Jerzembeck 1998 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [76]
Dick Jones 1927 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [76]
Scott Jordan 1985 Outfielder Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Jeff Kindel 2006 Outfielder Major League Baseball player [86]
Ed Lafitte 1907 Pitcher Tech Hall of Fame, former Major League Baseball pitcher [1][75][76]
Russ Lyon 1933 Catcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Marty Marion 1940 Shortstop Major League Baseball player (did not play at Tech) [76][87]
Erskine Mayer 1909 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76][88]
Sam Mayer 1915 Outfielder Major League Baseball player [76]
Tommy McMillan 1906 Shortstop Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Scrappy Moore 1913 Third baseman Major League Baseball player [75]
Matt Murton 2005 Outfielder Major League Baseball player with the Oakland A's and formerly with the Chicago Cubs [75][89]
David Newhan 1993 Outfielder Major League Baseball player [90]
Mike Nickeas 2004 Catcher Major League player for the New York Mets. [91][92]
Micah Owings 2004 Pitcher Major League Baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds [93]
Daniel Palka 2013 Outfielder Major League Baseball player drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks. [84]
Joe Palmisano 1925 Catcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Eric Patterson 2004 Outfielder Member of the 2002 and 2003 United States National Teams, 3-time All-ACC, Major League Baseball player with the Oakland A's and formerly with the Chicago Cubs [94]
Jay Payton 1994 Outfielder Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player with the Oakland Athletics [1][75][76]
Jason Perry 2001 Outfielder Minor League Baseball player with the Toledo Mud Hens, the top affiliate for the Detroit Tigers. [95]
Marc Pisciotta 1991 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Jim Poole 1988 Pitcher Tech Hall of Fame, former Major League Baseball pitcher [1][75][76]
Del Pratt 1907 Infielder Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Bobby Reeves 1926 Infielder Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Brad Rigby 1994 Pitcher Tech Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball player [1][75][76]
Bill Strickland 1930 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Mark Teixeira 2001 Infielder All-Star baseball player with the New York Yankees, Gold Glove winner, and Silver Slugger Award winner [96]
Brandon Thomas 2013 Outfielder Major League Baseball player for the New York Yankees and previously the Pittsburgh Pirates. [84]
Bob Tillman 1957 Catcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Cory Vance 2000 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Jason Varitek 1994 Catcher Tech Hall of Fame, All-Star baseball player and captain of the Boston Red Sox, Gold Glove winner, and Silver Slugger Award winner [1][76]
Frank Waddey 1928 Outfielder Major League Baseball player [75][76]
Matt Wieters 2007 Catcher Major League Baseball player for the Baltimore Orioles [97]
Blake Wood 2006 Pitcher Major League Baseball player for the Kansas City Royals [98]
Kris Wilson 1997 Pitcher Major League Baseball starting pitcher [75][76][99]
Kyle Wren 2013 Outfielder Major League Baseball player for the Atlanta Braves organization; his father is Frank Wren, the former general manager of the Braves. [84]
Whit Wyatt 1927 Pitcher Major League Baseball player [75][76]

Golf[edit]

David Duval, Tech Hall of Fame, ranked #1 for 15 weeks, #3 overall 1998–2001
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Stewart Cink 1995 Tech Hall of Fame, former Top Ten golfer in the world and winner of the 2009 British Open. [1]
Michael Clark II 1992 Professional golfer, has three wins [100]
David Duval 1993 Tech Hall of Fame, former #1 ranked golfer in the world and winner of the 2001 British Open. Has 19 professional wins. [1]
Bunky Henry 1966 Tech Hall of Fame, professional golfer, also played football [1]
Tripp Isenhour 1990 Professional golfer with the PGA Tour, has six wins [101]
Bobby Jones 1922 Tech Hall of Fame, legendary golfer and founder of The Masters. Earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering after he was famous for golf. [1]
Matt Kuchar 2000 Professional golfer, 1997 U.S. Amateur Champion, has two wins [102]
Troy Matteson 2003 Professional golfer, has three wins [103]
Larry Mize 1979 Tech Hall of Fame, professional golfer and winner of the 1987 Masters [1]
Cameron Tringale 2009 Professional golfer [1]

Track and field[edit]

Ed Hamm, Tech Hall of Fame, 1928 Summer Olympics gold medalist
Bryan Shelton, Tech Hall of Fame, former pro, and women's tennis coach. Photo by Jamie Howell
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Derrick Adkins 1993 Tech Hall of Fame, winner of 400 m hurdles at the 1996 Summer Olympics [1]
Ed Hamm 1929 Tech Hall of Fame, won the gold medal in the long jump at the 1928 Summer Olympics held in Amsterdam, Netherlands [1]
David Krummenacker 1998 Professional track athlete, a three time world champion in the 800m [104]
Derek Mills 1994 Tech Hall of Fame, was a 1996 Olympic Games gold medalist in the men's 4x400 meter relay for the United States [1]
Antonio McKay 1985 Tech Hall of Fame, has won several awards including gold medals at the 1984 and 1988 Olympics [1]
Angelo Taylor 1998 Won the NCAA title in 1998 and placed second in 1997; winner of 400 m hurdles at the 2000 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics. [105]
Longino Welch 1923 Tech Hall of Fame, won the pole vault competition at the first NCAA track and field championships in 1921 with a jump of 12 feet. [1][106][107]

Other athletics[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Joe Anoa'i 2006 Professional wrestler in WWE under the name Roman Reigns. Played football at Tech. [8][9]
Savannah Brown 2008 Professional softball player; Rockford Thunder of the NPF [108]
West Nott 2005 Semi-professional tennis player; USC Women's Tennis Team Assistant Coach [109][110]
Bryan Shelton 1989 Award-winning tennis player: Four-time All-ACC at Tech; 1988 All-American; Georgia Tech Women's Tennis Coach; Tech Hall of Fame; Huntsville-Madison County Athletic Hall of Fame. [1][111]
Jordan Smith 2003 American rower, currently the Men's Head Coach of the rowing team at Emory University. He was a member of the US national rowing team, placing third at the 2005 World Rowing Championships. [112]
Irina Falconi 2010 Professional Women's tennis player. 2010 ACC Player of the Year; 2010 Campbell's/ITA National Player of the Year; #1 Ranked Player in the Nation 2009–2010. 2008,2009,2010 All-American; 2009 ITA All-American Tournament Champion. [113]
Mark Zupan 1999 U.S. quadriplegic wheelchair rugby team captain, Paralympic Games athlete, Team USA Official Spokesperson; Star of Murderball [114]

See also[edit]

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