Posted March 16, 2012 on georgiatech.scout.com
Collins Hill High School (GA) wide receiver Justin Wyatt made the short trip to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech and meet his new recruiting coach, Mike Sewak. Wyatt also was given a tour of the facilities and the campus.
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