Georgia Tech loses recruit because of ‘bad experience’ at UGA game

Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson meets with his team after the 2015 Spring Game at Bobby Dodd Stadium (AJC)

Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson (AJC)

It was a rough weekend for Georgia Tech.

Not only did the Yellow Jackets lose to archrival UGA on Saturday, they had two recruits de-commit on Sunday.

Two offensive linemen, Jordan Johnson of Jacksonville, and Trysten Hill of Suwannee, both backed off their pledges to Georgia Tech on Sunday via Twitter.

Johnson said he de-committed because of a “bad experience” at the UGA game, but declined to elaborate further.

Georgia Tech has dropped from 10 to eight commitments for this year’s class. The Yellow Jackets have one remaining lineman recruit – Parker Braun of Hallsville, Texas.


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