Two-minute drill: Georgia Tech’s Trey Klock

Offensive lineman Trey Klock, from Hummelstown, Pa., is the first Yellow Jacket signee from that state since Derrick Morgan signed in 2007. Klock played a variety of positions in high school, mostly tight end, and projects as an offensive tackle.

Q: What will you remember most about this day?

A: Well, it was interesting. We didn't have school today because of the snow. There's some crazy weather up here right now, so I wasn't sure how we were going to get the fax in and everything, but my mom was able to figure out how to hook up our fax machine that we haven't used for a while. I was up at 6:30, and I wanted to get it in by 7, 7:05, but we had some trouble. I was getting frustrated, but it ended up going through, and I got the call from the coaches that we got it.

Q: Did Georgia Tech have to overcome the fact that it’s farther than other schools recruiting you?

A: That was part of it, but I wanted to take a visit to see what it was all about. I knew right away. There was a bunch of local schools that I was in contact with and had offers from. I wasn't really sure what I wanted to do. I had some good places to look at, but I didn't really feel at home anywhere. … We're out to eat, and there's 16 (family members) overall. We're really close. That's going to be tough. They're always at all my games, but they supported me and they said, "You've got to do what you've got to do." I knew I made the right decision.

Q: After you decided, who was hard to say no to?

A: I would definitely say Rutgers. I had offers from Syracuse and Boston College and Temple, a lot of schools that I liked up there, but Rutgers, the coaching staff was great. I wish coach (Kyle) Flood the best. It was tough for me to say no to them.