One of the top uncommitted offensive lineman in Georgia picked up an in-state offer on Thursday.
Tremayne Anchrum, a 3-star offensive lineman from McEachern High School, received an offer from Georgia Tech on Thursday, his father confirmed to the AJC.
“He loves the fact that Georgia Tech came and offered him, but I know right now he’s focused on the season, especially since they have Buford next week,” his father, Tremayne Anchrum, Sr., told the AJC.
According to his father, though, there hasn’t been much communication between the two sides yet.
“Honestly, we’ve never had any interaction with Georgia Tech,” his father said. “I guess they just hit Tremayne the day before yesterday and said that he was on their radar and they liked him. Then they came back and they called this evening, and they said that he was going to be somebody that they were going to come after pretty hard. Like I said, I’ve never spoken with Georgia Tech.”
The 6-foot-3, 268-pound guard holds 23 offers, and he told the AJC recently that Tech’s archrival, UGA, was his leader. Tremayne plans to take an official visit with the Bulldogs on Sept. 19. His father tells the AJC that he is a potential early enrollee.
“Tremayne is trying to go to school here in January, so, we’re trying to figure it all out,” his father said. “He’s not on the full-year plan, he’s actually going to school in January, so we kind of have to get a really good feel.”
Georgia Tech has two verbal commitments on the offensive line in Jordan Johnson (Jacksonville, Fla.) and Trysten Hill (Live Oak, Fla.).
Anchrum will announce his commitment on Oct. 12.