Georgia Tech Football: Jackets Make Cut for Georgia Safety Sirad Bryant

Three-star Georgia safety Sirad Bryant released his top five on Sunday evening and the Georgia Tech football program made the cut for the Cordele native.

Georgia Tech has seemingly been high on Georgia safety Sirad Bryant for a while now and it appears that their push for the Cordele native is paying off. On Sunday evening, Bryant released his top five schools as he gets set to head into the next portion of his recruitment.

Bryant is ranked by 247Sports’s composite rankings as a top-600 player nationally, a top-50 safety, and a top-50 player in the state of Georgia. Prior to cutting his list to five, Bryant had 14 reported scholarship according to 247Sports. Joining the Yellow Jackets in Bryant’s top five are;

Notable programs that didn’t make the cut for Bryant include Arkansas and West Virginia.

Bryant has not set a commitment date yet and it will be interesting to see how long this recruitment plays out. While kids across the country have been committing at extremely high rates during the COVID-19 pandemic, some are also choosing to wait to commit until they can take official visits.

Currently, the NCAA has a recruiting dead period until the end of the month. If Bryant waits to take official visits, it’s likely that a commitment wouldn’t be until July or August at the earliest (if the NCAA ends the dead period).

Either way, the Yellow Jackets 2021 recruiting class currently sits 25th in the country and fifth in the ACC per 247Sports with 14 commitments, the latest being Alabama offensive lineman Eli Richey. The Jackets have received a commitment from one other safety so far in the recruiting class, that being Durham, North Carolina native Shawn Chappell Jr.