Marietta running back is commit No. 22 for Georgia Tech

7:04 pm Nov. 25, 2014

College football recruiting is all about the relationships.

And it was relationships that helped Georgia Tech beat out Duke and Wake Forest for KirVonte Benson, a 2-star running back from Marietta High School.

The 5-foot-8, 185-pounder is

Georgia’s most overlooked high school seniors, Part 2

1:24 am Nov. 25, 2014

Who are some of Georgia’s most overlooked high school seniors?

Football in this state, by all accounts, is outstanding. But because there are so many high school teams (around 500) and because college football recruiting is

Grayson linebacker could visit Georgia Tech soon

1:12 am Nov. 24, 2014

It’s going to be really interesting to follow the recruiting of Daniel Fennell over the next two months.

The 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker from Grayson High School is one of the state’s top uncommitted football prospects, and

Another ex-Georgia Tech player starts over in Kansas

12:01 am Nov. 18, 2014

Another former Georgia Tech player has sparked his football career by playing this season at a junior college in the middle of Kansas.

Anthony Autry has put up some good numbers this season at Hutchinson Community

Jaylen Brown: Do UGA and Tech still have a chance if he doesn’t visit?

7:00 am Nov. 10, 2014

Do UGA and Georgia Tech still have a chance at Jaylen Brown if he does not take official visits with them?

Brown is the nation’s No. 2 overall basketball prospect. He’s a 6-foot-7 forward from Wheeler High School.

Nothing has been finalized, but Brown hinted to ZagsBlog that he may take unofficial visits to the two in-state schools.

If that indeed happens, are UGA and Georgia Tech still in the running for Brown?

UGA and Georgia Tech won’t get official visits from Jaylen Brown? (UPDATED)

4:45 pm Nov. 3, 2014

UPDATE: Jaylen Brown’s mother told the AJC on Monday evening that her son “has not decided yet about the other two official visits.”

UGA and Georgia Tech will not get official visits from the nation’s No. 2 college basketball prospect from the Atlanta area.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is that Wheeler High School forward Jaylen Brown will still visit UGA and Georgia Tech – but it will be on unofficial