Orjioke Names Two of Top Five

Lassiter (Georgia) safety Kenny Orjioke has made multiple trips to the Georgia Tech campus. His most recent visit was for the Georgia Tech-Maryland game. Kenny enjoyed his visit and how the Jackets secured the victory.

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"I really enjoyed my time there. The game was very good." Maryland gave the Yellow Jackets a scare and Orjioke was impressed with how they won. "Good teams do that." While he was at the game, Kenny had a chance to talk with Tech offensive line coach Mike Sewak. "He told me that he really wants me at Georgia Tech and that they need me there."

Kenny also talked with secondary coach Charles Kelly. Kelly talked to Orjioke about playing time and playing position. "He said that I could come in and earn playing time early with hard work and that the position was up to me on how I performed at the different positions they are recruiting me to play." Kenny likes that both coaches are ones that he would love to play for and both are real personable. "I like them very much. They really make me feel at home."

Georgia Tech has not been the only visit taken by Kenny this season. He went to Ole Miss this past weekend. "The team seems to be up and coming and they started out real well but Alabama pulled away and won. Orjioke liked what he saw on his visit. Both schools are in Orjioke's top five. Kenny is keeping everyone guessing on the other three schools on his list. "I am not ready to reveal my complete top five just yet." Georgia Tech and Ole Miss are the only two he's willing to name at this time.

Kenny will be visiting Arizona State the weekend of the 29th for an official visit. The 10th of December he'll be taking an official visit to San Diego State. Orjioke plans on taking all five of his official visits before making his college choice. "I will make my decision some time in December." Kenny doubts that he will make a decision before then.

His season at Lassister is going well. Lassiter is 6-1 going into this Friday's game. "I have four interceptions and 40 plus tackles and a blocked punt."

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