Ohio running back Donovan Wilson, a Georgia Tech commit, has begun classes as an early enrollee. He’ll be eligible to take part in spring practice later on in the semester and get a head start on his freshman season.
Wilson committed to Tech last May over Purdue, Boston College and Air Force. He was recruited by special-teams coordinator David Walkosky, who has been able to open up the Ohio area for Tech with significant coaching experience in that fertile state. Recruiting service Rivals rated Wilson a three-star prospect and the No. 57 player in Ohio.
In May, he was listed at 6-foot-0 and 215 pounds and projected to play A-back. He is the only 2013 Tech commit who has enrolled early.
Ken Sugiura, Georgia Tech blog