2009 GT Recruits - Quarterbacks

With the completion of the offensive line interviews, we at GoJackets.com will now focus our attention on quarterbacks for our 2009 Georgia Tech recruiting preview.

Going into the 2009 recruiting period, the QB position should be one of the most interesting to watch. The new offense will mean that we'll no longer be looking at players like Sean Renfree and Drew Little. This year's class will feature athletic dual threat QBs who may eventually end up at another position if needed. Justin Wray from Eastside H.S. was the only QB to attend the elite junior day but quite a few names have already materialized since then.

David Kenney – 6'1" – 195 from the Peddie School in New Jersey. He runs a 4.4. Kenney views Tech as a school of interest.

Justin Wray – Eastside H.S. in Covington. Justin averaged 7 YPC and completed 57% of his passes this past season.

Brent Caprio – 6'3" – 215 from Mainland Regional H.S. in Linwood, N.J. Brent was an invitee to the Army All-American junior combine.

Ricky Johnson – 5'11" – 175 from Carencro H.S. in Lafayette, La. Ricky has three offers. He's been offered as a RB, WR, and Georgia Tech offered as a QB.

Jordan Luallen – 6'3" – 175 from Center Grove H.S. in Greenwood, In. Jordan has five early offers including one from Georgia Tech. He completed his junior season without being intercepted.

David Sims – 6'0" – 208 from Calhoun County H.S. in Saint Matthews, S.C. His offer from Georgia Tech is one of three from ACC programs. He's intrigued by the opportunity to play QB at the next level.

Justin Walker – 6'2" – 200 from D.W. Daniel H.S. in Central, S.C. Walker is planning on taking a visit to Georgia Tech this summer.

Raymond Cotton – 6'4" – 220 from Faith Academy in Mobile. Cotton's early focus is on SEC schools.

Alex Hook – 6'2" – 165 from Creighton Prep in Omaha, NE. Hook is receiving interest from Kansas, Purdue, Nebraska, Stanford and Iowa.

DeAngelo Pease – 6'0" – 180 from Cairo H.S. Pease led Cairo to the state championship as a junior.

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