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College  | Story  | 11/14/2022

Head of the Class: No. 4 Georgia Tech

Troy Sutherland     
Photo: Drew Burress (Perfect Game)
2023 Recruiting Class Rankings | 2023 High School Player Rankings

4. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets



Full 2023 Recruiting Class
Head Coach:
Danny Hall | Recruiting Coordinator: James Ramsey

Top 5 Recruits

Rank Name Pos. High School Hometown State
15 Drew Burress OF Houston County Perry Georgia
22 Antonio Anderson SS North Atlanta Atlanta Georgia
23 Tai Peete SS Trinity Christian Tyrone Georgia
66 Isaiah Drake OF North Atlanta Atlanta Georgia
107 Tate McKee RHP Mt. Paran Christian Kennesaw Georgia



Head Coach Danny Hall is entering his third decade as the head man for the Ramblin’ Wreck and has assembled his best recruiting class since the grad class of 2015, where he signed and developed the likes of big league stars Tyler Stephenson and Joey Bart. The recipe has been similar throughout the years. Keep Georgia’s homegrown talent close to home, as all top-5 recruits in the class are from the Peach State. But this year he has expanded to grab some of the nation's top talent located outside the region with signings of LHP Miller Green from Tennessee, Michael Graziano from Florida, and the big, physical corner bat of Ryan Jaros out of New Jersey, amongst others. The No. 4 ranked recruiting class in the nation is not a surprise to many in the industry, with a very well-liked and respected staff that heads such a dynamic ACC program. It's easy to see the appeal for the players and their families.

The top-end of the class is loaded with tools. PG All-American Drew Burress has potential 25/25 guy written all over him, with 11 bombs and 24 stolen bags in 146 at-bats across 2022 Perfect Game events. Antonio Anderson is another, the switch-hitting PG All-American shortstop boasts a .321/.504/1.088 slash line across the 2022 Perfect Game circuit. And don’t let the elite position player talent take away from the high quality arms, headlined by Tate McKee, who runs the fastball up to 94 with a spectacular 20-24 inches of induced vertical break, as well as the uber-projectable 6-foot-5 left-hander Green with his low-90s fastball and advanced three-pitch mix.

Expect this group to help the Yellow Jackets in the chase of the second national championship in program history, with four former Perfect Game All-Americans and nine players currently ranked inside the top-200. Don’t look ahead, but Hall and Co. have another nine inside the top-200 that are verbally committed in the class of 2024, too. Good times ahead in Atlanta. Excited to watch them in their pursuit of Omaha in the upcoming collegiate campaign.