Coach Mark Richt visited Kennesaw Mountain High school on Monday and he had some good news for Bryce Ros.
"Coach Richt came down to the school today with Stacey Searels, the offensive line coach," said Ros. "I didn't really get to talk to them, but later on I got a text message from Coach Richt asking me to call him. I called him and he said that they were going to offer me a scholarship."
Ros, whose father Frank Ros played at Georgia, was completely blown away by the offer from the Dawgs.
"I wasn't expecting one at all," said Ros. "I mean it completely caught me by surprise. I'm honored, happy, and so blessed to have the opportunity. My Daddy played there and it's been a goal of mine for a long time. It's just incredible to finally accomplish it."
The other schools that have offered the 6-foot-4, 220 pounder are Air Force, Central Florida and Wake Forest.
Ros plays tight end and defensive end for Kennesaw Mountain, but Georgia is offering as an athlete.
"They're offering me as an athlete," Ros said. "Which is fine by me. I just want to play football and the position really doesn't matter to me."
Ros is very excited about his latest offer, but he still needs more time before making a decision on his recruiting.
"I'm still wide open," he said. "I've got to look at everything. That's a big decision, so I'm going to try and take my time."
Dawgs Offer Bryce Ros
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