Background: Bryce Ros made a name for himself at Kennesaw Mountain High as a bruising offensive player at the tight end position. He earned a three-star ranking and was named the nation's 22nd-best tight end prospect for the 2008 class.
Recruitment: Ros earned a host of offers from the best programs in the southeast such as Auburn, Alabama, North Caroliona and Clemson. But the Peach State star stuck close to home and committed to Georgia on June 17, 2007 and never wavered in that pledge.
At Georgia: No. 1 Georgia has offensive firepower to burn and Ros brings his own blend of toughness to that side o the ball for the Dawgs. Ros is a candidate for a redshirt but still may be able to battle for playing time right off the bat.
A look at Ros in action:
Freshman Preview: Kennesaw Mountain's Ros
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