Offensive tackle Harrison Jump signed his letter of intent on Wednesday to officially join the Georgia Tech Football program.
Bogart, Georgia native Harrison Jump joined the Georgia Tech Football program on Wednesday when he signed his letter of intent. The three-star offensive tackle originally committed to the program back in June.
The Prince Avenue Christian School offensive lineman is ranked as the 138th best offensive tackle in the country and 154th best player in the state of Georgia.
At 6-foot-5 and 260-pounds, Jump already has a great build for an offensive lineman in the Jackets system. He has also shown tremendous athleticism and with a season or two of strength and conditioning, Jump could put on more muscle and round into a solid offensive lineman for the Jackets.
According to his 247Sports profile, Jump was not that highly recruited by FBS programs. Out of his six known offers, just two came from FBS programs. The Yellow Jackets were obviously one of those programs while Marshall was the other. The four FCS teams that offered Jump were the following;
- Western Carolina
The Jackets were in contact with Jump for a good amount out of time prior to his commitment. On June 5th, the 6-foot-5, 260-pound offensive tackle took an unofficial visit to The Flats on that day. Paul Johnson and the coaching staff offered Jump that day and he decided to commit on the spot.
Jump is one of two offensive lineman signees so far in the 2018 recruiting class joining Hoover, Alabama native Mike Maye.