Georgia Tech Football: Jackets make top-6 for in-state RB Kobe Pryor

Three-star in-state running back Kobe Pryor is ready to make a decision and has released his top-6 which includes the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Georgia Tech’s been hot on the recruiting trail over the past two months and will look to continue that in the month of May. They’ll have a good opportunity appears in the upcoming weeks as three-star Cedartown (Georgia) running back Kobe Pryor looks to make a commitment.

The top-750 player nationally and 55th ranked running back, Pryor on Sunday morning released his top-six and a commitment date of May 18th. Pryor’s top-6 is a good one, consisting of a few southern powerhouse programs.

Those six programs are;

  • Auburn
  • Clemson
  • Georgia
  • Georgia Tech
  • LSU
  • South Carolina

Pryor appears to be underrated by the industry overall as his offer sheet and top six would indicate. With 21 known offers, Pryor cut a few notable programs from his list including Michigan, Notre Dame, and Nebraska.

Primarily recruited by Tashard Choice, the Jackets have yet to receive a running back commitment in the 2020 recruiting class. In the 2019 class, the Jackets took three running backs in the form of Tony Amerson, Devin Ellison, and Jamious Griffin. That being said, the Jackets 2020 recruiting class is off to a hot start as mentioned above and currently ranks top-10 in the country. While the Jackets will probably finish int he 25-30 range when its all said and done, being able to surge to the top this quickly in the Geoff Collins era is quite incredible.

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Pryor is not the only recruit that the Jackets are finalists for and are expecting decisions from either. Joining him is offensive lineman Tate Johnson and linebacker Romello Heights. 

While Georgia Tech’s first game of the season is still 116 days away, the Jackets success on the recruiting trail should keep fans entertained until August 29 when the Jackets take on the Clemson Tigers in Death Valley.

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