"It's going great," said Ros "I got a couple of more offers. Clemson, South Florida, and South Carolina offered last week. It's just been great. It's been a real honor, a real privilege and a lot of fun. It's hard to believe that I'm getting all this attention. I never thought I would."
Ros is already loaded with scholarship offers including Clemson, Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, South Carolina, Wake Forest, and Central Florida. Which schools lead for the talented prospect and when will he make his decision?
"Right now, I'm wide open," Ros said. "I'm not ready to name a leader just yet. I want to commit before the season, so I can focus on my high school team."
"I've got to go on a couple of visits over the summer and start narrowing them down to my top five, top three, top two, and then commit. But I'm not exactly sure when that's going to be yet. Probably after I take my first three visits, then I'll know where I'm going to go."
Ros turned in an outstanding performance as a tight end on Saturday at the Elite Camp, but during spring practice he took a lot of reps on the defensive side of the ball as well.
"It was good just to be able to get back on the field in full pads," he said. "I got to work on my route running, blocking and stuff like that. I played a lot of defensive end over the spring because I had never practiced there. I had a lot of fun."
Which side of the ball will Ros play on the next level?
"Auburn looks at me more as a defensive end and Georgia is looking at me as an athlete," Ros said laughing. "I never thought I would get offered as an athlete. These things happen sometimes, but most schools are looking at me as a tight end. Occasionally some schools like South Florida talk to me about defensive end, but I'll play on either side of the ball. It doesn't bother me."
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