Strong list of unofficial visitors expected for Tech-UNC game

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For its game Saturday against North Carolina, Georgia Tech will host a number of recruits on unofficial visits, including nine players committed to the 2020 signing class. Among the prospects are two younger brothers of current team members, Bowling Green, Ky., tight end Jordan Dingle (brother of defensive end Justice Dingle) and safety Azareyeh Thomas from Niceville, Fla. (brother of safety Juanyeh Thomas).

The committed players expected to attend are linebacker Jared Behrens from Purcellville, Va., Buford High cornerback Jalen Huff, Riverwood High defensive end Kyle Kennard, Grayson High wide receiver Ryan King, offensive lineman Cade Kootsouradis from Crestview, Fla., Creekside High linebacker Tyson Meiguez, offensive lineman Ryan Spiers from Biloxi, Miss., Mays High defensive tackle JaQuari Wiggles and Gainesville High offensive lineman Jordan Williams.

Among noteworthy prospects expected to visit:

Chief Borders, a junior linebacker from McEachern High. Holds offers from Georgia, Florida and Auburn.

Miles Campbell, a junior tight end from South Paulding High. Holds offers from Michigan, N.C. State, Maryland.

Colten Gauthier, a junior quarterback from Hebron Christian Academy. Holds offers from Miami, Duke, Tech.

Khari Gee, a junior safety from Woodward Academy. Holds offers from USC, Michigan, Tech.

Damarjhe Lewis, a senior defensive tackle from Griffin High. Holds offers from Auburn, Miami, Tech.

Nate McCollum, a senior wide receiver from Dutchtown High. Holds offers from Michigan, N.C. State, Tech.

M.J. Morris, a sophomore quarterback from Carrollton High. Holds offers from Alabama, Georgia, Tech.

Reginald Perry, a senior defensive tackle from Fairfield, Ala., Holds offers from Ole Miss, Tennessee, Tech.

Daejon Reynolds, a junior safety from Central Gwinnett High. Holds offers from Georgia, Auburn, Tech.

Kameron Wilson, a senior linebacker from Mount Zion High. Committed to Louisville.