It's unclear at this time if the team was just being overly cautious or if Wright's status is actually in jeopardy for the opener, but the Yellow Jackets have an early exhibition game against Georgia College that should serve as a good indicator of his health. Wright appeared in 30 games (21 starts) for Georgia Tech in his sophomore season and was expected to slide back into the power forward role in 2019-20. Should he live up to that expectation, Wright has the potential to be a meaningful fantasy contributor in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots, with just a glimmer of outside shooting sprinkled in. Meanwhile, USC transfer Jordan Usher received plenty of run on the trip, and was one of the team's standout players. It could end up becoming an intriguing job battle when Usher first becomes eligible at the end of the first semester.