Bailey Takes In T-Day, Gets Another Offer

Loganville High School's Morgan Bailey was in Atlanta last Saturday to take in Georgia Tech's T-Day Game. He had a good time there and later received his third offer. GoJackets.com spoke with him about his visit and got an update on his recruitment.

Morgan Bailey - Profile

Morgan, how was your T-Day game experience?

"I liked it. It was a lot of fun. I got to sit in on the player meetings with the two O-line coaches (Mike Sewak and Todd Spencer). I was on the sideline for the game. It was exciting."

Georgia Tech was the first school to offer you a scholarship. What do you think about the Yellow Jackets having two offensive line coaches?

"I think with that offense they run, it's good. Those coaches, they don't just do certain positions. They know a lot and you can tell that. They feed off of each other. If one coach misses something, the other will pick it up."

Were you able to spend time with any other recruits at the game?

"Not really, but I did spend time with Jay [Finch] and Ray [Beno]. They're commits that are coming in the fall. They're pretty cool, I like them."

With Georgia Tech and Maryland offers on the table, I hear a third offer was added this week?

"Yes. When I called Coach Napier (Offensive Coordinator) of Clemson this week, he said they were offering me."

So with those three schools very interested in you, what other schools are recruiting you hard?

"UGA, Vanderbilt, Duke, Auburn and South Carolina. I'd say Duke and Vanderbilt are really close to offering."

Do any of the schools particularly stand out to you?

"Definitely Georgia Tech because they always want to know what is new with me. They really make me feel comfortable. They're like my friends. I haven't been to Maryland or Clemson. Vanderbilt stands out, too. They show me love, and the coaches are awesome."

Do the schools recruiting you want you at a certain position on the line?

"Georgia Tech says I'd probably be at either guard or tackle. Maryland wants me at tackle and Clemson says I'd probably be tackle."


Jared's Take:
Morgan has no visits planned in the near future, but hinted that he and his family may go out to Stanford and see what they're about. He is hopeful to have a commitment made before his senior season in the summer


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