Georgia Tech Gains Four Commitments in Last Week

Wes HoltzclawCorrespondent IJune 16, 2009

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 29:  Head coach Paul Johnson and quarterback Josh Nesbitt #9 of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets share a discussion during a timeout in the game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium on November 29, 2008 in Athens, Georgia.  The Yellow Jackets defeated the Bulldogs 45-42.  (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have had quite a week in the recruiting front. In the last week, they have gained a total of four verbal commitments.

On 6-11, Tech received a commitment from CB Barry Bostic from Jefferson County High in Louisville, GA. Bostic chose the Ramblin Wreck over Kentucky, Maryland, Miss. St, Duke, Stanford, Wake Forest, and West Virginia.

The 5′10″ 156-pound Corner, runs the 40 in 4.56 seconds, gained over 1250 yards rushing and passing in both his sophomore and junior years. has him rated as the No. 14 cornerback in the nation.

On June 13, Tech received two commitments, one from OL Catlin Alfred (Adairsville) and the other from S Isaiah Johnson (Sandy Creek).

Alfred, who is 6′4″ 275 pounds, chose the Jackets over Navy, Ohio, and Western Michigan. Johnson, who is 6′2″ 175 pounds, chose Tech over Miami, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Oklahoma St, Stanford, Duke, and Georgia. Johnson finished his junior year with 58 tackles and 7 sacks.

On 6-14, Tech received a commitment from OL Morgan Bailey (Loganville). Bailey, who is 6′4″ 285 pounds, chose Tech over Kentucky, Ole Miss, Miss St, South Carolina, Clemson, and Florida State.

With these four commitments, Georgia Tech has a total of seven players committed for the 2010 season.