Dalvin Tomlinson Headed for Georgia Tech, University of Georgia or Alabama

Blake Silvers@JBlakeSilversAnalyst IIIJanuary 31, 2012

Defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson has narrowed down his choices for tomorrow's national signing day to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, the University of Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide.  

At an advertised 6'3", 270 pounds, this prized defender will let his decision go down to the last minute.  

Dalvin has his papers in hand for all three programs, but tomorrow he will fax in only one. According to The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Tomlinson's coach insinuated that Tomlinson has made his decision, but it has not yet made it public as to what school he had chosen.

At this point it would seem he is leaning toward the Yellow Jackets, and I would put the Dogs in a close second with Alabama third, but at this point it's anybody's guess. 

This particular recruit is probably the most important among all of the finalists for Georgia Tech, but could easily be swayed to Athens, which is still not far from Tomlinson's hometown of McDonough, Ga.

With the Crimson Tide being notorious for over-signing of late, it is likely that, unless some firm assurance has been given from Nick Saban's staff, this recruit will likely stay in the state of Georgia to play ball.  

This will be an interesting one to watch unfold.

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