UPDATE: Tech completes 2011 class, picks up 22

charvey@macon.comFebruary 2, 2011 

7:30 a.m. - Georgia Tech receivers coach Buzz Preston announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from Starr's Mill's Zach Laskey. His was the first signing that came in.

Laskey played linebacker and running back in high school. He will play B-back for the Yellow Jackets.

7:36 a.m. - Georgia Tech quarterback and B-backs coach Brian Bohannon announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from North Cobb's Darren Waller.

Waller played receiver and defensive back in high school. For Georgia Tech, he will be a receiver.

7:50 a.m. - Georgia Tech defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator Andy McCollum announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from South Forsyth's Kyle Travis.

Travis played fullback, defensive end and linebacker in high school. He will play outside linebacker, with the chance to "grow" into a defensive end at Georgia Tech, McCollum said.

7:54 a.m. - Bohannon announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from Hillgrove's Jabari Hunt-Days.

Hunt-Days played linebacker and running back in high school. He will play inside linebacker at Georgia Tech. He is the brother of redehirt freshman quarterback Synjyn Days.

8:03 a.m. - McCollum announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from Durham, N.C.' s Vad Lee.

The highly-coveted Lee played quarterback in high school and will continue to do so at Georgia Tech.

8:16 a.m. - Co-offensive line coach Mike Sewak announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from New Jersey native Sean Tobin.

Tobin played linebacker and long-snapper in high school. He will be primarily a long-snapper for the Yellow Jackets.

8:38 a.m. - Linebackers coach Joe Speed announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from Lakeland, Fla.'s Errin Joe.

Joe will play offensive guard for the Yellow Jackets.

8:52 a.m. - McCollum announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from Monroe Area's Demontavious Smith.

Smith played quarterback in high school alongside controversial recruit Stephon Tuitt. Tuitt committed then de-committed from Georgia Tech within the span of a day three weeks ago. Smith was recruited as an athlete and will play defensive back for the Yellow Jackets.

9:02 a.m. - Preston announced the Yellow Jackets have received a letter-of-intent from Miami native Nick Menocal.

Menocal played both inside and outside linebacker in high school. He will play inside linebacker for the Yellow Jackets.

9:10 a.m. - Kelly announced Georgia Tech has received a letter-of-intent from Tampa native Anthony Harrell.

A surprise commit, Harrell received an offer Tuesday night from Georgia Tech after dropping Wake Forest earlier in the day. The Demon Deacons effectively traded recruits with the Yellow Jackets, after previous Georgia Tech commit Airyn Willis decided to go to Wake Forest on Tuesday. Willis signed with Wake Forest on Wednesday.

Harrell is a linebacker who can play both inside and outside. He was on the Yellow Jackets' radar all along, but got more interested in Georgia Tech after speaking with several Yellow Jackets who attended his high school. Anthony Allen, A.J. Smith, Phil Smith and Michael Peterson are among Georgia Tech's recent Jesuit alumni.

9:20 a.m. - A-backs coach Lamar Owens announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Charlton County's Chris Milton.

Recruited as an athlete, Milton played quarterback, receiver and defensive back in high school. He will start at A-back when he arrives on campus.

9:30 a.m. - McCollum announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Jacksonville, N.C. native Tremayne McNair.

McNair will play linebacker.

9:35 a.m. - Co-offensive line coach Todd Spencer announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Tallahassee, Fla. native Trey Braun.

Braun will play offensive tackle, beginning in the spring. He is the Yellow Jackets' lone early enrollee for this season.

9:39 a.m. - McCollum announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from East Hall's Chaz Cheeks.

Cheeks will play linebacker for the Yellow Jackets.

9:43 a.m. - Bohannon announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Carrollton's Broderick Snoddy.

He was a B-back in his high school offense, but Snoddy will begin playing A-back and kick returner when he arrives. Snoddy won last year's GHSA Class AAA 100-meter state championship with a 10.76 time. He was dubbed the state's fastest recruit.

9:51 a.m. - Preston announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Starr's Mill's Jeff Greene.

At 6-foot-6, Greene is a tall receiver. He played the position in high school and will stay there this fall.

9:57 a.m. - Kelly announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Wetumpka, Ala.'s Jamal Golden.

Golden was named Mr. Football in Alabama earlier this year, recognized as the state's best high school player. Recruited as an athlete, he could play offense or defense, but likely will play offense as an A-back or receiver. He also plays baseball, and part of his recruitment was credited to work done by Georgia Tech head baseball coach Danny Hall.

10:04 a.m. - Spencer announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Albany native Bryan Chamberlain.

Chamberlain played offensive line in high school. He will play tackle for Georgia Tech.

10:11 a.m. - Speed announced the Yellow Jackets received a letter-of-intent from Normal, Ill. native Tyler Marcordes.

Marcordes played linebacker and quarterback in high school, but will play just linebacker at Georgia Tech.

10:18 a.m. - McCollum announced Georgia Tech received a letter-of-intent from Columbia, Tenn.'s Shaq Mason.

Mason played offensive line in high school. He could play offensive guard.

10:25 a.m. - Kelly announced Georgia Tech received a letter-of-intent from Troy, Ala. native Corey Dennis.

Dennis, whose family hails from Macon and has ties to Georgia, could play multiple positions at Georgia Tech. He was recruited as an athlete, but he could play receiver or defensive back.

10:30 a.m. - Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson speaks to fans. He says they got all 21 players they expected to get, but that one may still be floating out there. The Yellow Jackets could end up with 22 signees by the end of the day.

10:51 a.m. - Spencer announced Georgia Tech received a 22nd letter-of-intent from Charlotte, N.C. native Domonique Noble.

The 6-foot-2 safety originally sent his paperwork around 8 a.m., but was missing part of the form. Once it was re-sent, the Yellow Jackets got their final signee.

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