October 21, 2017 Atlanta - Georgia Tech fans cheer for their team during an NCAA college football game against the Wake Forest at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Georgia Tech beat Wake Forest 38-24. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

15 notable recruits expected at Tech’s spring game

There’s a reason that Georgia Tech coach Geoff Collins has been pushing attendance for Friday night’s spring game so consistently. There’s actually probably several.

But one of the primary drivers is the influx of recruits expected to flock to Bobby Dodd Stadium. Collins has boasted more than once that “there’s no better venue in the entire country than Bobby Dodd Stadium under the lights,” and he would love little more than to show off said venue with good weather and an energized crowd.

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More than 200 recruits could be attending, many from outside the state and some even in the 2023 class (currently in eighth grade).

Most of Tech’s 10 committed players for the 2020 class are expected, as well as most of the signees for the 2019 class.

Here are 15 of the more notable prospects expected to be in attendance.

2020 prospects

Will Anderson, defensive end from Dutchtown High, 6-foot-3, 233 pounds. Rated the No. 18 prospect in the state in his class (all rankings 247Sports Composite).

Javon Baker, wide receiver from McEachern High, 6-1, 190. Rated the No. 19 prospect in the state. Is committed to Alabama.

Bryson Eason, linebacker from Memphis, Tenn., 6-1, 238. Rated the No. 262 prospect in the country.

Martavius French, linebacker from Memphis, Tenn., 6-2, 235. Rated the No. 272 prospect in the country.

Miles Friday, running back from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 5-10, 172. No 247Sports Composite rating, but holds offers from Alabama, Georgia and Ohio State.

Jay Hardy, defensive end from Chattanooga, Tenn., 6-5, 265. Rated the No. 64 prospect in the country.

Romello Height, linebacker from Dublin High, 6-5, 210. Rated the No. 47 prospect in the state.

Tate Johnson, guard from Callaway High, 6-4, 310. Rated the No. 68 prospect in the state.

Jo’Quavious Marks, running back from Carver High, 5-10, 190. Rated the No. 15 prospect in the state.

Reginald Perry, defensive tackle from Fairfield, Ala. 6-7, 250. Rated the No. 591 prospect in the country.

Nazir Stackhouse, defensive tackle from Columbia High, 6-4, 306. Rated the No. 23 prospect in the state. Is committed to Georgia.

Rashad Torrence, safety from Marietta High, 6-0, 195. Rated the No. 32 prospect in the state. Is committed to Florida. 

2021 prospects

Zavier Carter, linebacker from Hapeville Charter, 6-4, 190. Rated the No. 8 prospect in the state in his class. (All ratings 247 Sports)

David Daniel, athlete from Woodstock High, 6-2, 185. Rated the No. 6 prospect in the state.

Amarius Mims, offensive tackle from Bleckley County. 6-7, 295. Rated the No. 1 prospect in the state.

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