Broderick Snoddy Plans Official to Atlanta

Georgia Tech verbal commit Broderick Snoddy, a running back out of Carrollton, Ga., has settled on a date to visit the Atlanta campus officially and tour the facilities.

"I plan to make my official visit on January 14," Broderick Snoddy said, answering the questions about when he would head to Tech.

Following a loss in the Georgia High School Playoffs with Carrollton High School, Snoddy is looking forward to focusing on the next step in his football career – spending four years as a Yellow Jacket and playing for head coach Paul Johnson.

"I've spoken with Coach Johnson and Coach Bohannon, and I'm still strongly on board with Georgia Tech," Snoddy said.

He added that his last trip to Georgia Tech, on Junior Day, was very encouraging, so prior to any official visits, Snoddy is very comfortable with the commitment to play at Tech.

As for his expectations when he does become a Yellow Jacket, the running back is looking forward to having the chance to make an impact on the triple-option offense. Snoddy mentioned during our interview that his style of play is one that should only blossom in the style of offense run at Tech.

"I'm very familiar with the running game that they use at Georgia Tech," Snoddy said. "I think I am good at getting to the outside on runs, so that aspect of my game will be good for the offense."

Tech fans should be pleased to know that Snoddy's visit on Jan. 14 looks to be a formality, and won't be a day of deep decision-making for the local product. Top Stories