Connor Bozick Turns Some Heads

DeMatha Catholic (Md) offensive lineman Connor Bozick made the trip with his parents to the Georgia Tech football camp hoping to show the coaches that he deserved an offer. Bozick's performance at the camp caught the attention of Coaches Al Groh and Todd Spencer.

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Connor arrived at the camp Friday and enjoyed everything about the camp. "I felt I had a real solid camp." Connor won most of his one on one run blocking and pass blocking drills going up against the defensive lineman at the camp. " I felt it was a good showing."

Following the camp, Bozick had a chance to talk to the coaches about his performance. "Coach Spencer said I did very well and he liked what he saw from me. Coach Groh told me that they will definitely be in contact with me and that they will be watching me in my senior year."

Coach Groh told Connor to start focusing on being dominant during his senior year. "He told me that is the year that will see players either lose scholarship offers or gain them." Bozick plans on going after it this year to prove that he is the player that colleges are looking for to play on their offensive line.

Conner didn't receive an offer at the camp but he received a lot of positive reinforcement from the coaches. "An offer from Tech would put them way up there."

After spending Friday at the camp, Connor and his parents spent the night in Atlanta and toured the campus on Saturday. "I liked what I saw. Despite being in the center of a major city, you do get that college town feel while you are there. I liked it it a lot."

The visit to Georgia Tech was his final one for the summer. Connor will now concentrate on getting ready for his senior season. The 6'4'-295 offensive lineman will be playing guard this season. Connor has the ability to get to the second level and take on the linebackers. Bozick will be working on hitting in space. "The defensive backs have a tendency to juke me and get by me but I am working hard on that." Top Stories