It was quite the holiday weekend for the Georgia Tech football team, particularly for the coaching staff. The team has received multiple key commitments over the past few days. This article focuses on tight end Nate Kurisky of the 2022 class. He announced his commitment yesterday. The team also picked up a key commitment from Dacula High School linebacker Kyle Efford who posted on Twitter news of his commitment to Georgia Tech. As if things couldn’t get even better for the team this weekend, particularly on the defensive side, it turns out the team also picked up a four-star defensive lineman. Keith Miles Jr. of St. Peter’s Prep High School in Jersey City, New Jersey also committed to the program yesterday. With the commitments, the Georgia Tech football team’s 2022 class now has 11 commitments including 4 four-star recruits and is ranked 27th overall according to Rivals. That’s quite a good weekend the team had.
This article features highlights from the Georgia Tech men’s basketball team’s last season, with particular focus on Jordan Usher. As it mentions in the article, Usher had a great season averaging 11.2 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game for the season.
At 6’7”, Usher brings a unique combination of athleticism and physique that has helped the Yellow Jackets both on offense and defense. With Usher set to return for another season, he’ll certainly be a factor in the defending ACC champions chances at another successful season.
Like the previous article, this one also focuses on the Yellow Jackets men’s basketball team’s previous season. It includes highlights from the team’s impressive 81-77 win over the Duke Blue Devils. That game ended up in overtime and included strong performances from Moses Wright and Michael Devoe.