"We got there Saturday morning and went to a big lunch or dinner," Betros continued. "It was really, really good. We then went to the stadium and saw the plans. We then went out with the players around the campus. The campus is beautiful and the kids were real cool and welcome. They love the football players at Wake."
On Sunday, Betros and fellow recruits visited Wake Forest for the basketball game against Florida State, ate dinner, and went out with the players for the evening. Monday, Betros was able to sit down and talk with Coach Grobe. "We met with Coach Grobe, my family and I, and talked about where I would fit in and all the basics. I love Grobe and Coach [Lambert]."
During Betros' senior season, the inside linebacker made 115 tackles, intercepted three passes, and broke up 10 passes. For his efforts, Betros earned a bevy of awards. Betros was named 2-A 1st team All-State; 1st Team All-District, the District's 2-A Player of the Year, 1st team All-First Coast; named to the Jacksonville Times-Union's Super 11, and was ranked #33 in Florida Football's list of the top 50 seniors amongst other accolades.
Betros noted that he plans to sign with Wake Forest on February 6th. He chose the Demon Deacons over offers from Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Indiana, UConn, Illinois, Maryland, and Kentucky.