Quarterback Jaylend Ratliff of Laurinburg, N.C., has committed to Georgia Tech, according to multiple reports.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Ratliff also had offers from North Carolina, N.C. State and Wofford. He is rated as a 3-star and the state’s No. 28 overall prospect, along with the nation’s No. 76 athlete.
“I want to win a championship,” Ratliffe told 247sports.com’s Ryan Bartow. “I want to make money. I want to be a Yellow Jacket.”
This past season as a junior, Ratliff scored 52 total touchdowns, while rushing for 2,074 yards and passing for 1,838 yards in leading Scotland High School to an appearance in the Class AAAA state championship game.
Ratliff is commit No. 3 for Georgia Tech’s 2015 class.
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