Bogart’s Harrison Jump becomes third Georgia Tech commit

Ramblin Wreck leads the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets onto the field to face the Pittsburgh Panthers at Bobby Dodd Stadium on November 2, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Ramblin Wreck leads the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets onto the field to face the Pittsburgh Panthers at Bobby Dodd Stadium on November 2, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

After receiving an offer over the weekend, Prince Avenue Christian School lineman Harrison Jump verbally committed to Georgia Tech.

Jump, from Bogart, Ga., becomes the third 2018 commit in three days after Fort Valley linebacker JaQuez Jackson committed on Sunday and Thomasville's Charlie Thomas committed on Monday afternoon.

Jump, 6-foot-5, 257 pounds, announced his commitment on Twitter on Monday evening.

🐝 #TheSwarm @CoachMikeSewak pic.twitter.com/EYoxOHjddd— Harrison Jump (@jumpy2myfriends) June 5, 2017

Jump, who alternates between playing defensive end and tackle, chose Georgia Tech over offers from Fordham University, Marshall, Mercer, Samford and Western Carolina, according to previous announcements on Twitter.

Jump visited Tech in April, according to his Twitter.

Rivals reported on Monday Newnan High School wide receiver and safety P.J. Harris committed to Georgia Tech over the weekend.