Josh Davis: Everything's been going good.
Grant: Are you using the workout Georgia sent you, or are you working out on your own workout plan?
Davis: It's kind of 50/50; I'm using the conditioning as far as running and stuff. I'm basically on the same weight program I've been on.
Grant: Have you added or cut any weight in the past months?
Davis: I've lost like six pounds.
Grant: So what are you weighing right now?
Davis: Last time I weighed I was 289, or something like that.
Grant: What did the coaches want you coming in at?
Davis: They wanted me to stay at 295, and I could play around 315.
Grant: Will you be reporting in June?
Davis: Yes sir.
Grant: Have you set any goals for yourself before you set foot on campus?
Davis: Not really. I just want to be in the best shape I can. That's all I want. I don't want to look back and see something I should have done to make me a better player. I want to do the best I can while I'm here so when I get there I will be ready.
Grant: Do you think you have a chance at getting on the field this year?
Davis: There are three seniors who will be in front of me. It's a possibility. I'm looking more to my second year. I should play my second year a good bit.
Grant: Which of the coaches do you hear from?
Davis: Coach Callaway
Grant: What do you think about Coach Callaway?
Davis: Yeah, I like him a lot. He's one of the main reasons I'm going to Georgia. He's a good coach of O-lineman. He knows what he is doing.
Grant: Are you looking forward to going?
Davis: I'm ready to go. It feels funny because I'm leaving my mom, but I'm ready to go.