Georgia Tech is officially beginning their spring semester today and the Yellow Jackets' football team has four members of its 2015 recruiting class starting classes effectively locking them into place in the signing class. Starting classes today are offensive lineman Will Bryan, defensive tackle Kyle Cerge-Henderson, wide receiver Harland Howell II, and b-back Quaide Weimerskirch.
Bryan (a three-star recruit by both Rivals and 247Sports) was Tech's first commitment and, in my opinion, one of their best. After dominating in a zone-blocking scheme at Franklin County High School, he will bring his skill set to the Flats to be utilized much more effectively.
He stands at 6'3", 280 lbs. and looks to get into the conversation to replace All-American Shaq Mason at right guard. I believe that if he doesn't win the job there, he will compete for playing time there and at both tackle positions.
Bryan picked Tech unchallenged as he effectively ended his recruitment after his commitment.
Here is his senior film:
Cerge-Henderson (a three-star defensive tackle via Rivals and 247Sports) comes to Tech from Plant High School in Tampa, Florida.
He currently stands at 6'2", 280 lbs. and if he performs well during spring and summer practices could crack the two-deep behind Adam Gotsis and Jabari Hunt-Days, by the fall.
He committed to Tech over reported offers from Mississippi State, Missouri and West Virginia. He also reportedly receive interest from Auburn.
Here's his senior film:
Howell (a three star recruit via Rivals and 247Sports) comes to Tech from Wheeler High School in Marietta, Georgia.
Standing at 6'3", Howell could make an immediate at receiver with the departures of DeAndre Smelter and Darren Waller. He committed to Tech over reported offers from Boston College and Marshall. He also received reported interest from Clemson, uga and Louisville.
Here's his junior film (didn't see his senior film on his Hudl page):
Weimerskirch (a three-start recruit via Rivals and 247Sports) is coming to Tech from Pace High School in Milton, Florida.
He stands at 6' 200 lbs. and should get a good bit of playing time this season with the lack of depth at b-back. It makes sense because he'll have more experience than incoming freshman Mikell Lands-Davis. They're both good backs, but I'd be perfectly comfortable redshirting Lands-Davis in favor of Leggett and Weimerskirch carrying the load.
He committed to Tech after decommitting from UL-Lafayette.
Here's his film:
These are our Early Enrollees! Which ones will make an immediate impact?