Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson during the Yellow Jacketsโ€™ spring game at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Friday, April 21, 2017.
Photo: Hyosub Shin/The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Photo: Hyosub Shin/The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Which football recruits visited Georgia Tech for the spring game

The Yellow Jackets were visited by a few 2018 recruits on Friday night at Georgia Tech’s spring football game.

Linebacker Marcos Harris, Jr. from Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn. visited Tech this weekend. Harris wrote on Twitter that he “loved coming to Atlanta” to visit Brentwood Academy alum and Georgia Tech defensive lineman Brandon Adams and Tech defensive back Bryce Vickers.

Harris, 5-foot-10, 176 pounds, is not currently ranked.

Northside High School linebacker Braxton Golden from Warner Robins, Ga. also visited Tech for the spring game. Golden, a 5-foot-11, 220 pound junior, posted photos of his weekend visit along with Peach County High School linebacker JaQuez Jackson and 4-star Peach County wide receiver Kearis Jackson. 

After visiting Tech on Friday, Kearis Jackson visited Georgia for the G-Day spring game on Saturday, according to his Twitter page. Jackson, from Fort Valley, Ga., has offers from 21 colleges, according to 247 Sports.

A group of teammates from Jones County High School in Gray, Ga. also attended Tech’s spring game on Friday. Those pictured are Drake Bolus, Jadarien Boykin, Antonio Evans, DeQueze Fryer, Demontae Trawick and Corlen Williams.

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