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Tuesday October 27th, 2020 2:13PM

Ga Tech loses receiver, center to season-ending injuries

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Tech has lost leading receiver Jalen Camp and starting center Kenny Cooper to season-ending surgeries.

Coach Geoff Collins said Tuesday that Camp, Cooper and offensive tackle Jahaziel Lee, whose season ended with an injury in mid-September, are eligible for redshirts and could return next year as fifth-year seniors.

Camp led the Yellow Jackets (1-3) with 134 yards receiving on seven catches. Collins would not disclose Camp's injury.

Cooper, a starter the last three years, left the 24-2 loss at Temple with an apparent hip injury.

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