ATLANTA — Heading into last season, Georgia Tech knew it was built to win in 2022, and the coaches braced themselves for a mass exodus after the season. The Yellow Jackets had a solid year, going 15-15 in the ACC, and then were sent as the No. 2 seed to the Knoxville Regional, hosted by No. 1 national seed Tennessee, which held off a strong challenge from Tech in the regional final.
And then, as expected, Georgia Tech’s talented roster was hammered by the draft, losing nine players to pro contracts — with six of them getting selected in the[…]