Georgia Tech will host dozens of high-school prospects on unofficial visits for its Saturday home game against Virginia Tech. Probably the most significant is Jayson Jones, a senior defensive tackle from Calera, Ala., who has been committed to Alabama since July 2018.
Jones visited Tech in April and made an official visit in June. While the four-star prospect remains committed to Alabama, his continued interest in Tech indicates that coach Geoff Collins still has a shot at the No. 174 prospect in the country (247 Sports Composite). The highest-rated prospect committed to Tech’s 2020 signing class is cornerback Miles Brooks of Jacksonville, Fla., at No. 214.
Others who are expected – Tech commits Wing Green (offensive tackle from Lee County High), Cade Kootsouradis (offensive tackle from Crestview, Fla.) and Tyson Meiguez (linebacker from Creekside High).
Other notable recruits expected Saturday:
Rashad Battle, senior, cornerback, Creekside High. Three stars (all ratings from 247 Sports Composite). Other offers: Duke, Louisville, South Carolina. Battle, a teammate of Meiguez at Creekside, withdrew his commitment from Maryland November 6.
Kyndrich Breedlove, junior, cornerback, Nashville, Tenn. Three stars. Other offers: LSU, Kentucky, Mississippi State.
Jordan Dingle, junior, tight end, Bowling Green, Ky. Four stars. Other offers: Ohio State, Kentucky, South Carolina. Dingle is the brother of Tech defensive end Justice Dingle.
Katravis Geter, junior, running back, Opa-locka, Fla. Three stars. Other offers: Georgia, Florida, LSU.
Shawn Hardy, junior, athlete, Camden County High. Three stars. Other offers: Ohio State, Kentucky, LSU.
Branden Jennings, junior, linebacker, Jacksonville, Fla. Four stars. Other offers: Clemson, Ohio State, Texas.
Anthony Minella, senior , offensive lineman, Milton High. No rating. Minella announced on November 4 his intent to attend Tech as a preferred walk-on.
Jack Nickel, sophomore, tight end, Milton High. No rating. Other offers: Florida State, South Carolina, Vanderbilt.
Eli Sutton, junior, offensive tackle, Brentwood, Tenn. Four stars. Other offers: Florida, LSU, Michigan.
Azareyeh Thomas, sophomore, safety, Niceville, Fla. No rating. Other offers: South Alabama, FAU. Thomas is the younger brother of Tech safety Juanyeh Thomas.
Kani Walker, junior, cornerback, Douglas County High. Three stars. Other offers: Georgia Southern, Louisville, Maryland.
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