Hebron Christian defensive end pledges to Georgia Tech

The Ramblin' Wreck leads the team onto the field before an NCAA college football game between Georgia Tech and Syracuse in Atlanta on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023.  Georgia Tech won 31-22. (Bob Andres for The Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Credit: Bob Andres

Credit: Bob Andres

The Ramblin' Wreck leads the team onto the field before an NCAA college football game between Georgia Tech and Syracuse in Atlanta on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023. Georgia Tech won 31-22. (Bob Andres for The Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Another busy recruiting weekend for Georgia Tech equaled another commitment toward the 2025 signing class.

Carrington Coombs, a 6-foot-2, 228-pound defensive end announced via his social media channels Saturday that he is committed to Tech. Coombs is an unranked prospect who holds more than a dozen scholarship offers, including ones from Boston College, Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Virginia, among others.

Coombs reportedly visited Tech on June 7.

As a junior, Coombs made 41 tackles (six for a loss) and four sacks. Coombs also plays basketball for Hebron Christian.

Coombs joins wide receivers Jamauri Brice (Cartersville) and Sam Turner (Southwest Dekalb), safety Fenix Felton (Eagles Landing), defensive back Dalen Penson (Sandy Creek), tight end Connor Roush (Welseyan), running back JP Powell (Miller County), defensive back Rasean Dinkins (Warner Robins), offensive linemen Jimmy Bryson (Chattanooga, Tenn.), Kevin Peay (Lancaster, S.C.) and Justin Hasenhuetl (Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School), defensive lineman Andre Fuller (Grayson) and quarterback Grady Adamson (Edmond, Okla.) as future Yellow Jackets. Tech’s recruiting class is ranked 26th nationally and sixth among ACC teams, according to the 247Sports Composite.