Yellow Jackets flip another 2016 prospect

For the second time in two days, Georgia Tech flipped a 2016 football prospect when wide receiver Jalen Camp switched his commitment from Liberty to the Yellow Jackets on Wednesday. Camp announced the news on social media.

“After multiple long talks with my coaches and loved ones, I am withdrawing my commitment from Liberty University and I am very excited to say I am committing to Georgia Tech,” Camp said via his personal Twitter account. “I am looking forward to being a Yellow Jacket for the next 4 years.”

A native of Cumming, Georgia, Camp is ranked the No. 232 senior in his state on the 247Sports Composite. He received an offer from the Yellow Jackets on Dec. 6.

Camp logged 47 receptions for 819 yards and 15 touchdowns for South Forsyth High School this fall, according to MaxPreps. He is the second player at his position to commit to Georgia Tech this cycle, joining Macon, Georgia, wideout Steve Dolphus.

Paul Johnson and his staff reeled in Camp just a day after it landed another prospect who had been committed to another school. On Tuesday, 2016 offensive lineman Kenny Cooper switched his commitment from Western Kentucky to Georgia Tech.