Errin Joe Recruitment Ending In Sight?

Lake Gibson, Florida offensive lineman Errin Joe is getting ready for his trip to Atlanta for his official visit to Georgia Tech. This visit quite possibly might be his last visit before he makes his college choice. If Errin gets the right feeling on his trip he will likely end his recruitment.

Things are going smoother for Errin Joe now after going through a brief stressful period. "I'm through that period and my recruitment is looking like it will be coming to an end real soon."

Errin will be making the trip to Atlanta with his mom and dad. "This will be our third trip to Atlanta and Georgia Tech so we are getting real familiar with the school and campus." Joe's parents both like Georgia Tech and are looking forward to the visit.

Joe feels there is a possibility that he might give Georgia Tech his verbal commitment on the visit. "I can see myself doing that if I get that feeling all recruits talk about." When he talks to the coaches and sees everything Tech has to offer and he feels it's the place for him he'll make his commitment.

If Joe doesn't get that feeling, it won't mean he isn't considering Tech. "It would mean I might need to make a visit to another school I am considering before signing day gets here." Joe is also considering West Virginia and Miami is starting to recruit him along with Rutgers.

Joe will base his decision off the trip to Atlanta if he decides to take other visits. "I know before we leave Georgia Tech on Sunday we will sit down with the coaches and talk with them and see where we stand." If he has to compare the trip to Tech with others, there's a possibility that he may not make his decision until signing day.

Joe's experience with the Tech coaches has been a good one leading up to his visit. Joe has especially gotten close to his recruiting Coach Joe Speed. "He is the greatest recruiting coach I've come across and I really like him." Joe has said that he gets along with all the Tech coaches and feels comfortable with them.

Tech's style of blocking is a good fit for Joe. "I love to run block and I feel that if I commit to Georgia Tech I can give my full commitment to them on how they want me to block." Joe doesn't anticipate any problems adapting to their blocking techniques. Top Stories