It wouldn’t be national signing day without some announcement ceremony drama.
Four-star WR Isaiah McKenzie had narrowed his list down to Virginia Tech, Florida and Ole Miss.
Vtech,FL,Ole Miss here I come
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When he was set to make his college decision at American Heritage School (Fla.) Wednesday morning, he had two hats – Virginia Tech and Ole Miss – on the table to choose from. McKenzie then surprised everyone when high school teammate and five-star running back Sony Michel – a Georgia signee – handed his friend a Bulldogs hat. McKenzie then announced that he would follow his friend to Georgia.
According to Rivals, Georgia did not offer McKenzie a scholarship until Monday, but McKenzie, the No. 35 rated wide receiver in the nation, jumped at the chance to play with Michel. The 5-foot-8, 165-pound speedster is the 19th commit in Georgia's 2014 class -- a class that was ranked No. 11 overall in the nation by Rivals headed into signing day.
McKenzie, who is also considered to be a dynamic kick returner, also had offers from schools like Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee, West Virginia, Notre Dame and Wisconsin, among others.
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- American Heritage School