Adam included all of Greg Dortch’s touchdowns yesterday in the highlight article earlier, but I wanted to provide some more stats and notes that show how good Dortch is at football, and how he is already one of the most talented players to ever wear the Old Gold and Black.
First of all, some pictures and more highlights of him from yesterday:
Play #2 - Greg Dortch with his second punt return touchdown of the day. pic.twitter.com/xq78qpl0KI— Wake Forest Football (@WakeFB) September 9, 2018
Finally, here are some tweets that show how incredible he has been:
Greg Dortch is the first player in Wake Forest history with four straight games with more than 200 all-purpose yards.— Les Johns (@Les_Johns) September 8, 2018
Greg Dortch is averaging 255 all-purpose yards per game so far… 50 more than anyone else in the country.— A David Hale joint (@DavidHaleESPN) September 9, 2018
Greg Dortch's 10 career games for Wake Forest:— Conor O'Neill (@ConorONeillWSJ) September 9, 2018
72 catches, 965 yds, 10 TDs
25 punt returns, 318 yds, 2 TDs (12.7 avg)
22 kick returns, 504 yds (22.9 avg)
Greg Dortch had an impressive outing yesterday with 47 of his total receiving yards coming after the catch pic.twitter.com/2n0A4tp1YY— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 9, 2018
It is still early on in the season so far, but Dortch has been sensational in his first 10 games for Wake Forest, and if he can stay healthy then he is heading towards First Team All-ACC honors, and perhaps even better than that.
He will most assuredly be named the ACC Special Teams Player of the Week, and will vie for National Special Teams Player of the Week as well. Hats off to you Greg, we love watching you and can’t wait to see what else you can do this season and the rest of your career!