"I committed to Georgia Tech. It's closer to home and I like the coaches a lot. My family can come see me and I will still be able to play. My family can't really afford to fly to Ole Miss every Saturday, so this will be good for them," Trey Dunmon said.
When did the Jackets offer?
"I got my score and I called and told GT. I faxed it to them and they offered me at my practice in Atlanta on Friday. I got a text message from the staff asking me if I wanted to be a Yellow Jacket and I accepted."
What is he looking forward to most of all about getting to campus?
"I'm just ready to go. I like Atlanta a lot and it's different from where I live now so it will be interesting. I just want to get there and start playing."
Who did he inform first at Georgia Tech?
"I told Coach Smith that I committed. He was very glad and just said that we were family now and he would go out and win on Saturday and hoped that we won as well."
How hard was it to tell Ole Miss his decision?
"Coach Luke just told me he was glad that he didn't have to read it off the internet. He said if anything ever happened with Tech that my offer was still out there.
Hawkinsville advanced to the state class-A finals for the second consecutive season with a win over Bowdon on Saturday morning. What is he looking forward to most about trying to get another ring?
"Just hopefully winning. I want to win more than anything. I love to win. After Monday practice we'll get the feel for them and just progress from there."