Klock Can't Wait to Get to Georgia Tech

Pennsylvania's 6A player of the year Trey Klock took his official visit to Georgia Tech last weekend. The Lower Dauphin commit and his family arrived a day later than the other recruits after playing a Friday night basketball game.

Profile - Trey Klock

Trey and his family flew to Atlanta Saturday. His parents and younger brother all had a great time on the visit. Trey's brother will be playing quarterback next season for his dad. "The coaches told him they will be coming after him and for him to be ready. He loved hearing that." Trey was hosted by offensive lineman Chase Roberts.

One of the highlights of the trip was meeting the recruits in person after having talked to them on the various social medias. Miles Taylor and Andrew Marshall were two of those recruits. "Miles, Andrew, and I hit it off real well. I can tell this class is very close." Trey also noticed the recruits getting close to recruit Michael Sawyers. "I know we all want him to come to Georgia Tech."

Sitting down with Coach Mike Sewak and getting to know the players were two things that stood out to Trey on his visit. "I also liked talking with Coach (Paul) Johnson. He is a straight forward coach and told me to keep working hard." Coach Johnson let Trey know that his ability will dictate which side of the ball he will play on in college. Trey doesn't have a preference. "I love playing football and it is a passion of mine."

Trey wanted to let the Tech fans know that he's never waivered on his commitment. He also knows that nothing moving forward will affect his decision. "I'm coming to Georgia Tech and I can't wait to get there."

Lower Dauphin will hold a ceremony for Trey on signing day. "I hope to have my letter of intent signed and already sent in when the ceremony is held. I want get it done and official."


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