Benedict took Scout through that night.
He started with when the ball was snapped and took us step by step through what he felt, what he found out, what he was thinking, and what type of support he received throughout that night.
It was his last football game at The Bolles school and you can find out just what the 6-foot-6, 295 pound Georgia commitment went through here in this interview.
This is Part I and Part II and III will run later this week. Part II is about the surgery, working with Dr. James Andrews, the rehab, his recovery time, and where he is now health wise. Part III is about the Georgia reaction, his commitment to the Bulldogs, his expectations next fall, and more.
You can also get his mother's perspective HERE. Scout sat down with her to see it through her eyes.
The Benedict's have a long list of people to thank and just a few that definitely need to be mentioned are The Bolles Community, Dr. James Andrews (surgeon), Dr. Matt Serlo (Five-Star Physical Therapy), Dr. Lucie (Bolles Team Doctor/Orthopedic Surgeon), Andy Godek (Bolles Trainer/Physical Therapist), Dr. Franko (Retired Orthopedic Surgeon), Herb Peyton (Let the family use his private jet), Dr. Murphy (Orthopedic), and the St. Vincent's Hospital Staff.
Chad Simmons is the Recruiting Manager for the South Region and he can be reached at ChadSimmons@Scout.com.