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PostSubject: RamblinWreck.com-Georgia Tech Recruiting   Thu 10 Dec 2009, 3:05 am



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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week One   Thu 10 Dec 2009, 6:17 am



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This week there has been one player added to the board.
10 recruits total

Week Recap


With only eight scholarships to offer it makes Paul Johnson's job recruiting easier and harder at the same time. It makes recruiting harder because he knows he can only get eight kids into school, he would like to have many more but it would be a NCAA Violation. Also it makes him decide on just eight kids out of thousands in the nation. It makes his job easier because he can spend a lot of time on the few kids he does have. Like this week his staff spent over a hour on every prospect on the board. When you have 20+ scholarships you must divide your time up to each kid. With so much time for each kid Georgia Tech can recruit the best players and they are. Every Yellow Jacket recruit is rated in the top five at his position, most are in the top three. With that said it will probably be some time before we see a Yellow Jacket commit, and this class probably won't be in the top ten, but don't be fooled this will still be a great class.


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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Two   Fri 11 Dec 2009, 2:09 pm



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Another player was added to the Georgia Tech recruiting board this week. That moves the total number of players up from ten to eleven. Nine of these have been offered scholarships.
11 Recruits Total

Week Recap


This week was again similar to the last week. The Yellow Jackets did add one player to their recruiting board but still only has a meager eleven total prospects. Although the Yellow Jackets did not earn a commitment this week the Jackets did make a lot of progress on several recruits. All recruits showed an improvement in their interest. There were also three recruits that did not have Georgia Tech in their top 10 and now do. The staff does not expect a mass number of commitments in the next few weeks but they plan on making a lot of progress and maybe gaining a few commitments. Next week we will begin to have player profiles on the recruits.


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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Three   Sat 12 Dec 2009, 11:55 am



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Another player was added to the Georgia Tech recruiting board this week. That moves the total number of players up from eleven to twelve. Still nine of these have been offered scholarships.
12 Recruits Total

Week Recap


Again Georgia Tech had a similar week as the last. The staff keeps plugging along trying to make progress on several recruits. Right now they are either one or two on six of the nine player they have offered scholarships. The three players that have not been offered scholarships are all Plan-B in case some of the players that Georgia Tech has offered choose another school. There is one player that the staff is strongly considering dropping from it's list of recruits. This player still does not have Georgia Tech in his top ten and has several offers from some top schools. The staff believes one of the most important aspects of recruiting is when to quit on a player and cut ties. You can't get every player you want and you have to know when enough is enough so that you don't waste to much time on a lost cause. Next week Georgia Tech looks to make more progress on all their recruits and hopefully get a commitment.
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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Four   Mon 14 Dec 2009, 6:36 am



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This week once again Georgia Tech added another player to their board, but they also took one player off their board. The fight for the DT that they took off seemed lost. Georgia Tech was yet to make his top ten and several other schools had offers on him. Also the Yellow Jackets offered another scholarship to a player to keep the offered number at nine.
12 Recruits Total

Week Recap

This week Georgia Tech was able to get their first commitment. The player that committed is the second rated TE in the nation and will certainly see plenty of playing time next year. Currently Georgia Tech has no TEs on the roster. Once again Tech worked the recruiting trail hard in hopes of getting recruits to commit. Several players showed a significant amount of gained interest towards the Yellow Jackets which Paul Johnson and staff are very encouraged by. Next week once again Georgia Tech is hoping to get another commitment or two to improve their recruiting class.

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4-Star (#2) TE 6'6" 239 Lbs Doug Horner
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PostSubject: Doug Horner   Mon 14 Dec 2009, 8:49 pm

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Doug Horner



This week at RamblingWreck.com we are starting a new installment called player profile. Each week or two we will profile a different recruit that is either committed or close to committing to Georgia Tech. This week's athlete is a TE from Tallassee, Albama; Doug Horner. Horner, committed last week, is a 6'6" Tight End, ranked second at his position and fourty-forth overall according to the Russell Top 100. Doug comes in weighing 239 pounds; he runs a 4.76 Forty-Yard Dash, benches 390 pounds, and squats 300 pounds. He is a dual-threat TE who can both catch and block, but Horner is better known for and more adept at blocking. He is expected to come in and play as soon as he gets on campus due to the lack of depth at tight end. The staff is really excited about what Horner brings to the table. They have said this about him, "Horner isn't the fastest kid out there, but that's ok. We don't need to have a real fast and athletic tight end. We need someone who is more like a lineman, that can get down in the trenches and crave open some running lanes. We believe Horner will fight right in with the skill set he possess. Although catching the ball won't be his main focus Horner is an excellent pass catcher. Through our evaluations he rated out as a B- pass cacher and was just as good at getting the ball in traffic if not better." So you can see the excitement for the Yellow Jacket coaching staff at this young recruit. We will see how he steps in next year, hopefully he will be able to have some nice production for the team.
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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Five   Tue 15 Dec 2009, 10:47 am



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This was a very good week for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets recruiting. Once again they got another commitment form another top player. Also the Yellow Jackets have narrowed and finalized their recruting board for the year. Unless something drastic happens the current players on the board will be the only player the Jackets recruit. The board has been narrowed by three recruits and two have already committed.
9 Recruits Total (2 Commits)

Week Recap

Another week, another commitment for the Yellow Jackets. That makes it two straight weeks that the Yellow Jackets have been able to lock down a recruit. The Jackets currently only have seven other players that they have offered so all recruiting time will be spent on those players

Commitments

4-Star (#2) TE 6'6" 239 Lbs Doug Horner
4-Star (#3) C 6'2" 277 Lbs Landon Abrams
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PostSubject: Landon Abrams   Tue 15 Dec 2009, 11:01 am

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Landon Abrams



Landon Abrams is the second high school player to commit to Georgia Tech. He is a 6'2" 277 pound center from Vinings, Georgia. Abrams benches 450 pounds and also can squat 665 lbs (second most in the nation). He is rated the third best center in the country and one of the top players in the nation. The fact that he is undersized does not at all bother the Georgia Tech staff. From the flexbone/triple option offense you don't need huge linemen, but instead need quick lineman that can get up onto linebackers and block well in the running game. Landon certainly can do all of that. By far his greatest strength is his run blocking ability although his pass blocking isn't too shabby either. Landon is quick enough to pull and get up to the next level. The strongest aspect of Abrams game has to be his footwork, bothe in the running and passing game. Landon is expected to come on campus and redshirt his first year while learning the ropes. AFter the first year he is expected to take over as the starter and be a leader up front. Landon will be under great expectation but will be given ample time to develop into a great linemen.


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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Six   Wed 16 Dec 2009, 5:34 am



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This week the board was unchanged. Don't expect the Jackets to go looking for any other players. Although it is rumored that a few players could be leaving early for the draft so expect Georgia Tech to line up a couple of players in the event of that happening.
9 Recruits Total (2 Commits)

Week Recap

This is the first week in two weeks that the Yellow Jackets were unable to get a commitment. Despite the fact that nobody committed the staff considered this to be an excellent week. They made a lot of progress on some recruits and hope that pretty soon more will sign. This week we are still planning on profiling an athlete despite not having any other commitments. The player will however be one that the Jackets are in the drivers seat for and will be close to becoming an official Yellow Jacket.

Commitments

4-Star (#2) TE 6'6" 239 Lbs Doug Horner
4-Star (#3) C 6'2" 277 Lbs Landon Abrams
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PostSubject: Bryan Cochran   Thu 17 Dec 2009, 1:35 am

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Bryan Cochran




Bryan Cochran is an excellent kicker who we hope develops into one of the best kickers in the nation and wins many Lou Groza Awards for the Yellow Jackets. Bryan is a 6'0" 165 pounds kicker who hails from Monroe, Georgia. Bryan can bench 229 pounds and can squat 315 pounds, he also runs a 5.32 forty (so he won't be making many tackles). Bryan has been rated the second best kicker in the nation, but through our extensive scouting we believe he is the very best. His number one best attribute is his leg strength. He can really boot the ball, his longest in high school was 58 yards. We rated him out as a B in kicking power, and the kicking scouts have told us he has the strongest leg in the country. We like big leg kickers that can kick it into the endzone on kickoffs and kick long field goals, which is why we decided on Bryan. Bryan does have some issues with his accuracy, as we rated him at a C in that category, but we hope with some time, experience, and good coaching he can improve in that area. His first year on campus he will just redshirt and work on improving his kicking ability as we have him behind an excellent Scott Blair. Our hope is that Scott can show him the ropes so that he can hit the ground running as a redshirt freshman. We have huge expectations for Cochran and hope he can meet them. We are the clear leader on him as he has only received one other offer so far. That coming from Auburn and they have not showed huge interest in him. So we hope he commits in the next couple of weeks and you will see him on the field in the next couple of years.
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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Seven   Thu 17 Dec 2009, 4:01 am



Recruiting Board


This week the board was slightly changed. The Yellow Jackets added a player that they wanted. There is one player who could be taken off next week and this new player is there to replace him if he is removed.
10 Recruits Total (3 Commits)

Week Recap

The Jackets got yet another commitment giving them three total on the year. This commitment also moved them into the top 5 in the nation as far as recruiting classes go. With each commitment the staff is able to spend more and more time on other recruits so hopefully with the extra time the Jackets can get more commitments.

Commitments

4-Star (#2) TE 6'6" 239 Lbs Doug Horner
4-Star (#3) C 6'2" 277 Lbs Landon Abrams
4-Star (#3) T 6'3" 287 LBS Antoine Holmes
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PostSubject: Antoine Holmes   Thu 17 Dec 2009, 4:10 am

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Antoine Holmes




Antoine Holes is a 6'3" 287 pound Tackle from Foley, Alabama. He benches 432 and squats 645. He is the third rated tackle in the nation. Georgia Tech had a choice of the top four tackles and decided on Antoine. Antoine is a very balanced tackle who doesn't have a weakness. He is equally a good run blocker as he is a pass blocker. He is incredibly strong and has good strength in his blocking. The staff expects Holmes to come in and redshirt. They often like to redshirt offensive lineman to allow them to develop more and gain a greater understanding of the offense. So for you fans out there get ready for this young man because he is going to be a good one.
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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Eight   Thu 17 Dec 2009, 1:54 pm



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This week the board was once again slightly changed. The Yellow Jackets took one player off their board to narrow their focus down.
9 Recruits Total (4 Commits)

Week Recap

The Jackets got yet another commitment giving them four total on the year. They also got a soft commit from a player so he should be a hard commit in the upcoming weeks. This commitment also moved them into the top 5 in the nation as far as recruiting classes go. With each commitment the staff is able to spend more and more time on other recruits so hopefully with the extra time the Jackets can get more commitments.

Commitments

4-Star (#2) TE 6'6" 239 Lbs Doug Horner
4-Star (#3) C 6'2" 277 Lbs Landon Abrams
4-Star (#3) T 6'3" 287 Lbs Antoine Holmes
4-Star (#2) CB 6'0" 168 Lbs Tye Bennett
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PostSubject: Tye Bennett   Sun 20 Dec 2009, 3:32 am

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Tye Bennett




Tye Bennett is a special player who will have an immediate impact for the #6 team in the country. Tye is a 6'0" 168 Lbs CB. He runs 4.32 40, benches 241 pounds, and squats 215 pounds. With his lightning speed he will be a special teams star from his first day on campus. Also his speed will help him cover any wide receiver that he is matched up against. He could still put on some more weight and muscle but a possible redshirt could help him do that. His 4.32 time is the third fastest in the nation, behind another player Georgia Tech is recruiting. Bennett is a better in man coverage than he is in zone but in time his zone coverage will improve. Two other areas that Bennett needs to improve on is his tackling and his agility. Bennett will be a great player for the Yellow Jackets, but if he plays his first year or not depends on whether certain people stay in school or not.
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PostSubject: Recruiting-Week Ten   Sun 20 Dec 2009, 3:37 am




Week Recap

In the past two weeks the Yellow Jackets have been able to get two more commitments to help sure up their line and to add to their bright future in the special teams.

Commitments

4-Star (#2) TE 6'6" 239 Lbs Doug Horner
4-Star (#3) C 6'2" 277 Lbs Landon Abrams
4-Star (#3) T 6'3" 287 Lbs Antoine Holmes
4-Star (#2) CB 6'0" 168 Lbs Tye Bennett
4-Star (#6) G 6'5" 298 Lbs Reggie Vaughn
4-Star (#2) K 6'0" 165 Lbs Bryan Cochran
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