Oliver tired of injury talk, ready to be in Athens

Paul Oliver is ready to go. One of Georgia's top recruits from the 2003 season, Oliver says that he is ready to start his long journey in Athens.

Paul Oliver is ready to go. One of Georgia's top recruits from the 2003 season, Oliver says that he is ready to start his long journey in Athens.

"Thursday I will be in Athens," he said. "I'm glad to be leaving to go up there."

"I have been working out with my team," said Oliver of his final days in Atlanta. But in Athens, Oliver expects for the competition to step up and he is ready for that to begin. "I am expecting to rehab and workout with the team. I will be in class by July. I am looking forward to playing football," he said.

"That is why I am going to be up there this summer," he said, "so that I can get ready to play this fall."

The number one story about Paul Oliver has been his injured knee. Oliver, noticeably tired of talking about the injury said, "I have just had to take it week by week."

He went on to add: "I think that it could end up being stronger because of the way that they repaired it and it should be no problem."

"I am about tired of talking about the injury. I am getting ready for the transition of playing college football," he concluded with.

Oliver was clearly tired of discussing his injury. He said that the injury was the first thing that anyone that talks to him asks him about. He also added that he has kept in touch with Head Coach Mark Richt and Secondary Coach Willie Martinez since signing day.


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