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Tech Football Recruiting 2020

Tech Football Recruiting 2020

Georgia Tech Football Recruiting 2020

Georgia Tech Football Recruiting 2020

Georgia Tech Football Recruiting 2020

College football teams are using recruiting to build a pipeline of talent. To successfully keep these kids from going to other schools, coaches must find out what makes them tick and build a relationship. In this article, we reveal some of the secrets of how recruiting has evolved and the evolution of how technology is helping in this process.

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In re-ranking college football’s 2020 recruiting classes based on on-field performance, Bleacher Report national columnist Brad Shepard highlights the performances of quarterback Jeff Sims (Jacksonville, Fla./Sandalwood) and running back Jahmyr Gibbs (Dalton, Ga./Dalton) as the catalysts for the Yellow Jackets’ No. 8 ranking. Tech’s 2020 recruiting class – its first full group of newcomers under head coach Geoff Collins – was originally ranked No. 24 nationally by Rivals, which made it only the second top-25 class in program history.

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OG Weston Franklin (Jesup, GA): A well-sought after offensive lineman, Franklin will come to Georgia Tech with great size already at 6-foot-4 and 308-pounds. A top-500 prospect nationally and a top-30 offensive guard, Franklin has a ton of potential and will have the time to develop thanks to the Jackets offensive line for next season mostly being set. That being said, Franklin should end up making his fair share of starts and is likely a multi-year starter for the Jackets in the future.

Robinson was highly recruited, collecting 30 scholarship offers during his recruitment before ultimately committing to the Jackets. Robinson has a great frame already at 6-foot-4 and 235-pounds, meaning physically, he may not be too far off from seeing the field. He doesn’t have a great first step, however, so he’ll need to work on that if he hopes to have an impact at the next level. He’ll need at least a year or two to develop before seeing the field. (Source: yellowjackedup.com)

 

 

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