Dawg All The Way

Bryce Ros grew up going to games in Athens, and little did this tight end from Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.) realize he would have a chance to play his college football between the hedges. This morning, Ros realized that dream could come true.

"This morning, it was one of those things that just hit me and I knew where I wanted to go to school," said Ros. "So I committed to Georgia today. I just started deciding that UGa was the place for me."

Ros called the other college coaches recruiting him, a number which grew quickly over the evaluation period, and put an end to his open recruitment. Though he grew up going to Georgia games, he really did give every school an opportunity to make sure he picked the right place.

"Still, Georgia is something that I've loved for a long time. I just felt it was the place that was the best fit for me. So I called Coach Sorrells and he was excited and said he was proud of the decision that I made."

Ros, who committed to the Dawgs over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Wake Forest, said that he is ready to help the team very quickly.

"Tell the fans that let's try to bring back that national championship."

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