As he prepares to begin classes at Georgia Tech in January, Andrews wanted to get better acquainted with his future home during the visit, and he was happy that he had a chance to do so. Andrews said he was pleased with his chance to spend the weekend with his host, quarterback Synjyn Days. The freshman showed Andrews the campus and facilities, and Andrews said he now feels better about his familiarity with the campus as he prepares for his undergraduate career.
In addition to spending plenty of time with Days, Andrews was also happy that he had a chance to meet and speak with nearly every coach on the Yellow Jackets' staff. "The coaching staff is a really energetic and nice group," Andrews said.
Since committing to Georgia Tech back in June, Andrews has been back to the campus to visit a handful of times, but he was happy with the chance to make an official visit and spend an entire weekend simulating student life. This was an especially urgent trip to make for a freshman enrolling early, as he is less than a month from moving to Atlanta.
Andrews said two other recruits joined him on campus for official visits this weekend – running back Miles Jones and defensive end Dalvin Tomlinson. While Andrews said he didn't have much of a chance to speak with Jones during the trip, he and Tomlinson had the chance to talk."We talked about his offer, and I encouraged him to consider it," Andrews said about Tomlinson joining him as a Yellow Jacket.
GT's coaching staff would be happy to learn Andrews is campaigning for the program, but he will soon be turning his attention to becoming a contributor to the football program and university.