One On One With Raymond Beno recently caught up with future Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Raymond Beno. Hear what he had to say about the North South All Star Game and Georgia Tech beating Georgia this year.

To play on the offensive line for Paul Johnson you better play hard and you better be able to block on the 2nd level. You also have to be athletic enough to block the backside linebacker or pull out in space and block a downfield safety.

Georgia Tech has that in Raymond Beno. He also plays with a nasty streak that I love in a lineman.

What was it like playing in the North South game?

Raymond Beno-" It was a great experience all around. Playing with these guys out here you will see what to expect on the next level.Practices went great, it was a great group of guys to practice with. The experience down here will last me a lifetime. I know I will remember this week and game a long time."

I was down at Newnan for your last game against Camden County. Have you had time to reflect your senior year?

Beno-" I have no regrets at all. We had a good run and won a ton of games. It didnt end up like we wanted it too, but I can honestly say I have no regrets."

What was it about Georgia Tech that made you want to become a part of the Yellow Jackets?

Beno-" I took a visit there in July and everything just meshed for me while there. I went home for about a week to think on it and just decided it was the place for me."

How much did you enjoy that Georgia Tech win over UGA this year?

Beno-(Smiling)" Ah man, I enjoyed it very much so, especially being in Athens."

Here is your chance to tell the Yellow Jackets fans anything you want.

Beno- " Tell them to expect big things out of me and our football team. We are going to be really good!"

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