Weekend Update from Kyle Jackson

Georgia Tech linebacker commit Kyle Jackson took another unofficial trip to watch the Yellow Jackets play against Troy this weekend. The 35-20 victory for the Jackets was a better result than the heartbreaking loss Kyle watched his last time on campus in game 1 when Tech couldn't quite overcome Notre Dame.

Georgia Tech linebacker commit Kyle Jackson took another unofficial trip to watch the Yellow Jackets play against Troy this weekend. The 35-20 victory for the Jackets was a better result than the heartbreaking loss Kyle watched his last time on campus in game 1 when Tech couldn't quite overcome Notre Dame.

Kyle wasn't the only visitor for the game as another future teammate of his was there along with another uncommitted recruit from this class and one from the 2008 class. "Roddy Jones and I were the only commits there, but Albert Rocker, and Steven Sylvester were there too," said Jackson.

Kyle got to the game early and was able to watch warm-ups before heading to his seat for the game. After the game Kyle got to show off his singing skills. "After, we went into the locker room and sang the fight song with the players. Roddy and I were the only ones who knew the words out of the recruits but we tried to teach it to the others on the go," said Jackson. "It was fun. Glad to see Tech get another win before they start ACC play Thursday."

Kyle next plans on being at Tech for the October 28th homecoming game against Miami. In recruiting, the Yellow Jackets now have 15 commitments. With the expected number of total commits only supposed to reach 18 in this class, space is filling up fast. Jackson feels like he could know almost all of his future teammates by the time the Miami game rolls around. "We should be filled up by then," said Jackson.


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