Georgia Tech will have an all-star cast of college prospects attending Saturday’s game against Clemson.
Shadrach Thornton, a running back from Liberty County High School, will be on his official visit to Georgia Tech. Thornton is a “soft verball commitment” to Kentucky, but still considering the Yellow Jackets.
AJC Super 11 defensive end Dalvin Tomlinson of Henry County High School is also expected to attend. He’s one of Georgia’s top uncommitted prospects, and considering Georgia Tech, Alabama, Indiana, UGA, Clemson and Tennessee, among others.
At least eight Georgia Tech commitments are scheduled to be the game: Central Gwinnett defensive end Francis Kallon, Greater Atlanta Christian offensive lineman Chase Roberts, Sandy Creek offensive lineman Will Adams, Statesboro wide receiver Micheal Summers, Carrollton defensive tackle Pat Gamble, running back Marcus Allen of Hilliard, Fla., quarterback Dennis Andrews of Tallahassee, Fla., and linebacker Tyler Stargel of Gulf Shores, Ala.
Other senior prospects expected to attend are McEachern kicker Nick St. Germain, Allatoona running back Miles Jones, defensive back Trae Elston of Oxford, Ala., offensive lineman Mike Flint of Oxford, Ala.
There will also be some of the Southeast’s top juniors – Tri-Cities offensive lineman Shamire Devine, Eagles Landing Christian Academy defensive end Isaac Rochell, South Gwinnett linebacker Reginald Carter, Tucker wide receiver Juwaan Williams, Stephens County running back Chaz Thornton, Tri-Cities offensive lineman Jeremi Hall, Central-Macon linebacker Nigel Bowden, and Sandy Creek cornerback Shaquille Wiggins, among others.
– By Michael Carvell, AJC Recruiting Blog
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