Report: Morgan County’s Jordan Huff commits to Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech linebacker Victor Alexander led the Yellow Jackets in tackles in 2017, with 60, and had two sacks. Tech linebacker Brant Mitchell recorded 51 total tackles in 2017, the second most among players returning for 2018. Tech linebacker Bruce Jordan-Swilling recorded 34 tackles as a freshman in 2017. Tech defensive end Anree Saint-Amour ranked second in sacks (2.5) and tackles for loss (5.5) in 2017. Tech defensive lineman Desmond Branch produced 3.5 tackles for loss in 2017, the third most on the

Georgia Tech continued a flurry of recruiting activity with its third commitment of the day. Jordan Huff, a three-star cornerback from Morgan County High, gave Tech his commitment to join the 2019 signing class on Wednesday, according to a Rivals report.

Huff was committed to Michigan State from late December 2017 to early July. Listed at 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, Huff is rated the No. 54 prospect in the state of Georgia and the No. 487 prospect in the country (247 Sports composite). In both categories, Huff becomes Tech’s highest-rated prospect.

Tech's class of committed prospects now stands at 14. Cornerback Wesley Walker of Nashville, Tenn., and two-way lineman Jamal Camp of South Forsyth High (the younger brother of Tech wide receiver Jalen Camp) committed earlier Wednesday.

“It became pretty clear over time that Georgia Tech was right,” Huff told Rivals. “It really just came to me. I knew (Wednesday) what was going on, so I talked to my parents about it, and I am shutting it down.”