May 31, 2008

Signee Update: Meet the new #84 has put together this 2008 signee update to give you the opportunity to learn more about the recruit and more about the actual person. We have put together ten questions that he answers as the recruit and ten questions that he answers as himself. The 2008 signee featured inside is Bryce Ros.

Part I: Ros talks UGA and Recruiting

What is your current size?

"I am about 6-foot-4 and between 245-250 pounds."

What was your workout plan as you prepared for UGA?

"I have done the same one as I have done the last three years. It is one that my dad got for me and I also do a lot of speed training. I have my forty going good - I ran a 4.52 recently. I had two timers and one had a 4.55 and the other a 4.52."

What was your favorite part of the recruiting process?

"The visits and it was fun when text messaging was legal. I had a lot of coaches texting me, so I had something to do in class and when I was home bored."

What was your least favorite part about the recruiting process?

"Probably the decision making. The hardest part was telling every coach that offered me that I was not choosing their school."

How strong was your relationship with your recruiting coach?

"Coach Searels and I have a strong relationship and I know him really well. I love him and I think he is an awesome recruiter and he did a great job."

Did you read any recruiting websites during the process?

"Yes, of course. I have kept up with Rivals and UGASports the whole time. My mom was probably bigger on it than I was."

What was the biggest reason you chose Georgia?

"It is the best of every world. You get a good education, a great social scene, great coaches, and I will get to play on a great team."

What are your goals for your freshman year?

"I would like to do well in school and get playing time whether it is on special teams or tight end. Even if it is playing scout team and getting red-shirted, I just want to help the team."

If you were not heading to Georgia, where you be going to play college football?

"That is a tough question - My number two school was between Auburn and Alabama. I would have to say Alabama."

How was Georgia's recruiting different from the other schools that were pursuing you?

"No too much of a difference. I was comfortable with Georgia from the beginning because I have been around it so much. They have great coaches and everything, but there were not too many differences."

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