Georgia Tech landed their 3rd commit for the class of 2020 Thursday afternoon as 6-4 205lb wide out, Ryan King of Grayson High School, made Georgia Tech his future home. King chose the Jackets over Ole Miss and Texas and had offers from several other power 5 programs. King's lead
Georgia Tech finished the regular season with 2 straight wins including a major win on the road last Wednesday against NC State. With Miami losing to Virginia Tech last Friday, the Jackets secured the 10th seed in the ACC tournament. Today the Jackets will face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Coach Collins and his staff added the first two commits to the 2020 class today. Tucker Gleason and Billy Ward committed to the Jackets within a few hours of each other. Gleason is 6'2 quarterback out of Tampa, Florida and had offers from Georgia, Duke, and few other schools. Gleason
Georgia Tech capped off their regular season with a upset win win in Raleigh over NC State courtesy of a James Banks and 1 dunk with 1.4 left. By doing so, it leapfrogged Georgia Tech from 12th place to 10th place in the ACC standings. However, two teams that can
Georgia Tech will finish off the regular season against the NC State Wolfpack tonight in Raleigh. The Jackets are coming off an overtime victory against Boston College on Sunday. Sophomore point guard Jose Alvarado had 21 points and shot 6 of 14 on the night. Freshman guard Michael Devoe also
Georgia Tech will be looking to snap their 2 game losing streak they have been on. Tonight is senior night and the Jackets will be saying goodbye to Sylvester Ogbonda who will be graduating this spring and will be a transfer to probably some school where he will be a
Georgia Tech will be looking to bounce back tonight against Virginia, after last Saturday's lost to Miami. Against Miami, the Jackets struggled to get anything going offensively until later in the 2nd half. Point guard Jose Alvarado continued his excellent work as he scored 20 points and had 4 assists.