Georgia Tech Baseball has had a busy summer adding to their future recruiting classes and they didn’t slow down this week. William Cole Johnson, an outfielder and left-handed pitcher from Watkinsville, GA, will play for the Yellow Jackets.
Johnson is projected to be a strong offensive player who still has plenty of room to grow. That will be encouraging and Georgia Tech has developed a lot of offensive talent in recent years and Johnson will be next.
Georgia Tech now has six commits for the 2025 class and Johnson is now the fourth in the state of Georgia. Dominic Stephenson, Wesley Bass, Ryan Mitchell, Kade Kisz and Nico Soul are the other 2025 commitments.
Stay tuned for Georgia Tech adding more talent in the coming weeks.
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