QG: Do you know where you will be camping this summer?
BR: I'm not sure how many I'm going to go to because my team has a bunch of camps we are doing this summer. Honestly I don't know yet, and I'm in the process of trying to figure that out and my parents are heading that up.
QG: Do you have an official top five at this point?
BR: No sir, I have been so busy and with all of the offers I've been a little overwhelmed. It's definitely a blessing but it also comes with a certain amount of stress with trying to handle all of the college coaches. I will probably have a top five by the end of this spring.
QG: Have you set yourself a timeline for committing at this point?
BR: I don't think I'm going to take any visits in the fall. I think I'm going to take some unofficial visits during the summer. I'm going to try and narrow it down that way and commit before the summer. I'm just going to try and make the best decision I can.
QG: Do you have any idea where you will go on your unofficials this summer?
QG: What schools are you hearing from the most right now?
BR: Wake Forest, UCF, Georgia, and Alabama.
QG: Wasn't your dad part of Georgia 1980 national championship team wasn't he?
BR: Yes sir he was the captain.
QG: Does the fact that your dad played at Georgia become an added incentive to follow in his footsteps there?
BR: I've been to Athens a great deal in my life and I always get an Alumni asking me if I was Frank's boy. It's good to have everyone know you and be a part of the family oriented feeling up there. I love Coach Richt, and I think he's a great coach. I know all of the coaches up there and been around Georgia football all of my life. I didn't think I was going to get offered as early as I did, but I'm really glad they did offer.