Hawkinsville defensive back Kamaron Riley never wavered from his decision to go to Georgia Tech.
Even with a new coach, Paul Johnson, Riley stayed true to the commitment he made in June and signed today with the Yellow Jackets.
"It made me think about changing my mind," Riley said. "The new coaching staff reassured me the defense wasn't going to change that much so I decided to stick with my decision and go to Georgia Tech."
Riley finished the 2007 season with six interceptions and four pass breakups.
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