Prince Daniels’ football career got a start as a student of Georgia Tech as a walk-on,
and earned a scholarship after the 2002 season, an extraordinary achievement in itself.
During the four years Prince played football with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, he worked
hard and earned his place as a two-time all-conference tailback and the fourth-leading rusher
in all of Georgia Tech history with 3,300 yards rushing. He also made two-time Academic All-
ACC selection and was elected one of Tech's permanent team captains for 2005. His
leadership skills were honored as PJ led his Georgia Tech team when he was also selected to
participate in the 2006 Hula Bowl. He holds the NCAA bowl game rushing record with 311
yards and 4 touchdowns. PJ then was drafted to the National Football League by the
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