Over the weekend, Georgia Tech hit the field to face off against Mississippi State and ran away with a 38-7 victory.
Watching the Yellow Jackets earn the win was Miller Grove High star athlete Kenneth Gilstrap.
"I took an unofficial visit to Georgia Tech this weekend," Gilstrap said. "I really enjoyed it."
While Gilstrap does not have a Georgia Tech offer, he is confident that there could be one in the future.
"Coach Kelley has been telling me to just be patient about it," Gilstrap said. "He told me that it is coming and that I just have to keep working hard to make a name for myself. I feel I have proved myself so far I just have to keep going."
So, while he awaits a potential offer, what are his thoughts on the Yellow Jackets?
"I really like them," he said. "I know what I could do with a degree from there. They are at the top of my list."
In the meantime, Gilstrap still has some plans to visit some other schools.
"I will be taking one to the University of Kentucky in January," Gilstrap said. "I would like to take one ti Middle Tennessee but I might take an unofficial on November 1 when Kentucky plays against Western Kentucky so that I can see both."
Gilstrap Takes a Visit to Georgia Tech
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