He has good size (6'4.5/233), he has excellent hands, he is strong in the classroom, and the word commitment means something to him.
The No. 8 ranked tight end could be happier about competing out in Oregon this week.
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He has been a big target for his quarterbacks this week in 7v7 play and he was hoping that would be the case.
"I really wanted to show that I could run routes, that you don't have to be a 4.4 second guy in the 40 yard dash to get open, and that I knew how to set defenders up in routes. I am happy about that."
The pass-catching tight end recently committed to Georgia over a host of other schools and he could not be happier about his decision.
"It really hasn't set in completely that I am going to Georgia yet because I am still thinking about Charlotte Catholic and my teammates right now.
"I am trying not to plan too far ahead, but it is hard not to think about being a Bulldog. I get very excited when I am Athens, I know 100-percent that I made the right choice, and I know God wants me there.
"I was down there last week and I bought a new Georgia shirt, so that is great. I got to hang with some of the coaches, talk to some players, and I spent a lot of time with Christian Miller, another recruit."
Miller is one of many prospects Blazevich is now focused on. He is doing some recruiting.
"I really have a long list of guys that I am going to talk to and touch base with," he said. "I have talked to guys like Christian Miller and Raekwon McMillan at The Opening, but there are more. I am not sure how good of a recruiter I will be, but I am going to give it a shot.
"They need to know more about Georgia."