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Engleman loves his relationship with the assistant coach Mike Danielsthe city itself, the scholars at Georgia Tech and he has his family there.
But less than six months later, a lot has changed, especially with Geoff Collins was fired on Monday and now a coach search will begin for the next coach.
In the days before Collins was removed – and the visit began Purdue – Engleman has been decommissioned from Georgia Tech. He may not be the last as coaching changes often spur a lot of movement in recruiting classes.
Georgia Tech no longer has any commitments in the class of 2024.
Engleman surprised many in the Midwest earlier this year when he triggered an early commitment to Georgia Tech. He’s still in the early stages of recruiting, but his strong relationship with RB coach Mike Daniels means he’s ready to lock down.
Given the uncertain times surrounding the GT program, Engleman opens things up that shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone as an out-of-state recruit in the class of 2024. With he still 15 months to go. From National Signing Day, there was plenty of time for GT to find someone to fill the vacancy before his departure. – Russell Johnson, JacketsOnline.com
Sting Factor: 3
Georgia Tech has much bigger fish to fry than trying to stick to a commitment from a 2024 outlook from the Midwest. Engleman is a talented player, but the Yellow Jackets have to find the right coaching staff to turn the show around after three seasons of three consecutive wins, and if that happens quickly Engleman could attract attention. interest back.
Most things that Engleman liked about the school wouldn’t change – its location, the academy, etc. – so if he could familiarize himself with the coaching staff and see progress, the book could may not end in this recruitment.
Retaining much of the class of 2023 will be important when the Early Signing Period arrives, so the 2024 class is so far gone and so much could change that it is hardly a blip right now. – Adam Gyers, National Recruitment Director of Rivals
Sting Factor: 2