Hooker Has Five Offers, Waiting For Tech's

Defensive tackle K'Hadree Hooker, a 2012 recruit out of Deep Run, North Carolina, has received five offers and is hoping Georgia Tech will offer next.

"When I visited for Junior Day (on January 29), I fell in love with the campus," K'Hadree Hooker said. "The school is very diverse, and I really like that."

The junior from South Lenoir High School has spoken to head coach Paul Johnson and recruiting coordinator Andy McCollum, and both have agreed that they'd like to see Hooker visit again soon with his parents. For this reason, Hooker believes the coaches at Georgia Tech are in the process of giving him an offer.

"I think I would be fine at Georgia Tech, because I like the coaches a lot," Hooker said. "My high school coaches and Paul Johnson's staff are very similar."

During his visit, Hooker and the coaches watched some of his high school film, which Hooker said the coaches fell in love with immediately. Additionally, he believes that he would have an opportunity to start in his freshman year, and if not, he could at least earn playing time in his first season if he decided to play at Georgia Tech.

"It would be great to get into the rotation right away," Hooker said. "I just want to be an unstoppable force on the defensive line."

Georgia Tech may show their desire to see that force on their defensive line with an offer, relatively soon.


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