Coach Collins and his staff today received two big time commits. Offensive tackle Wing Green out of Leesburg, Georgia in Lee County committed to the Jackets. Green is 6’7 270 pounds and is the fourth offensive linemen to commit to the Jackets. Green has very good size and is a very good get for offensive line coach Brent Key. Green is considered to be a top 50 player in the state of Georgia and is yet another player that fits what Coach Collins want to do which is to get recruits to stay in the state. So far Collins has done just that in this 2020 class as Green is the 10th commit from the state of Georgia. Green’s commitment does come as a bit of surprise as he did take his unofficial visit to Georgia Tech last Thursday and wasn’t expected to commit this soon.
The second commit the Jackets got was Khaya Wright out of Miami, Florida. Wright is a 6’3 200 pound defensive end. Wright is the fourth defensive end to commit to the Jackets. Wright is a great get for the Jackets. Based off of his film, he has very good speed for a kid his size and a good pass rusher. One of the big needs that the Jackets have needed over the past few seasons is a pass rush and Wright is going to help bring that. Wright committed to the Jackets over offers from Louisville, Nebraska, and Miami. Wright is also the 4th commit out of the state of Florida and was basically taken right out of Miami’s backyard.
Now with both Green and Wright commitments, the Jackets have 18 commits in the 2020 class and currently have the 15th best class in the country according to rivals. For the Jackets to have the 15th best class with the month of June coming to an end, shows the amazing work that Coach Collins and his staff are doing. For more updates on the 2020 class and all things Georgia Tech, follow @wreckhavocatl on twitter.
By: Stewart Zwald @SDZwald041599