Ally Set for GT Visit

Green Cove Springs, Florida running back Bilal Ally has had a leader from the beginning of his recruitment. That school has continued to recruit Ally despite the fact that he tore his ACL in the opening game of the season. Ally tore the ACL late in the game.

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Since then, Bilal has been following the doctor’s instructions in order to be ready for his senior season. “I know I plan on coming back and being better than I was before the injury.”

Most of the schools recruiting Ally have decided to wait to see how he does with his rehab before recruiting him. One school in particular has kept in touch with Ally. That school is Georgia Tech. “I just talked to Coach (Lamar) Owens to set up a date for a visit. I will be coming up for the Clemson game on November 15th.” Ally also hopes to make it to the Virginia game if his coach can give him a ride.

Georgia Tech is the clear leader for Ally at this time. Ally feels that Tech has everything he wants plus they are located in a great city. “I watched the game with Pittsburgh and I really love how they ran the ball and used the running backs. I feel I would be a perfect fit for that offense.”

Bilal has talked with his coach about the possibility of committing to Tech, even though he is injured. "He said he would like for me to go up for a visit and talk with the coaches at Georgia Tech and get a read on how they feel about me.”

Florida is another school that has received a visit from Ally. He attended their game with LSU earlier in the season. “I had a good visit there." The coaching situation at Florida has not influenced how Ally feels about Florida. "I know it is a business and coaches come and go and that is part of the business.” Bilal feel that the situation at Florida may not be an issue in his recruitment if Tech is willing to accept him as a commit. Top Stories