As the weekend's official visits came to a close on Sunday morning, Georgia Tech's coaching staff got word from one of the top remaining prospects on their board that they would be seeing a whole lot more of him over the next few years.
I'm a Yellow Jacket!! #TogetherWeSwarm— Dorian Walker (@2dwalk) January 18, 2015
Dorian Walker was recruited as an athlete from Mt. Paran Christian School in Kennesaw, where he played on both sides of the ball -- as a running back on offense, and in the secondary on defense. He stands at 6'0", weighs 175lbs, and should start on defense at Georgia Tech -- likely at cornerback. He's currently unrated by Rivals, but came on late in the season (especially in the state playoffs) and was drawing interest from georgia, Clemson, and Wake Forest.
Also of note is that Walker is actually a double legacy of Georgia Tech, and joins Tyler Cooksey and Kyle Cerge-Henderson as recruits in this class following in the footsteps of their fathers.
Congratulations to Dorian on his commitment to play at Georgia Tech!