DE DeLoach enjoying the process

Defensive end James DeLoach out of Georgia seems to take pleasure in the recruiting process. In GBW's conversation with James he chats about his decision process, about Michigan, and what coaches like about what he can do on the football field.

When players are introduced into the recruiting world it can go two ways for them. Some of them will hate it because it becomes a burden, and then others will enjoy it simply because it is fun. James Deloach out of Georgia likes the fun of it all and how things have gone for him so far.

"So far so good. I have had a really good time talking and meeting everybody at the colleges that are recruiting me."

DeLoach does see a time when things will become very serious with recruiting. And when a decision has to be made he feels he will be ready when that time comes.

"When I have to make that choice, to choose a college, it will just be a feeling that I get for a college to let me know this is the place for me."

So what will be factors in that decision?

"I am looking at a college's graduation rate,: the 3.8 student says, "I want to know about their biology program, because that is what I want to major in. Also I would like to have a close relationship with my coaching staff."

Michigan is a school that James has his eyes on because of what they have to offer him.

"I have an interest in Michigan, to see what majors they have and their graduation rate which is high. I want to get up there to visit. Their program is coming back."

James had a chance to speak on the phone with one of the Wolverine coaches.

"Coach Montgomery is real cool we talked on the phone about me coming up to visit Michigan it went pretty well. I have seen Michigan play -- I really like Denard Robinson he is really smooth out on the field."

DeLoach has impressed many colleges and he tells us why they like what they see on film of him.

"The coaches I talk to like the fact that I get off the ball with my quickness; they like my change of direction as well as my aggressiveness."

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