June 13, 2007
Spring Spotlight: Bryce Ros
UGASports.com will be on the road Monday through Friday throughout the month of May. We will be visiting school after school to see some of the top prospects in the country go through spring practice. We will run the Spring Spotlight feature daily into June showing exclusive practice video, up close photos, and notes from practice. The prospect featured today is Georgia athlete Bryce Ros.
Prospect: Bryce Ros
High School: Kennesaw Mountain (Kennesaw, Ga.)
Position: Athlete (TE, DE, H-Back)
Vitals: 6-4, 237-pounds, 4.7
Offers: Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Louisville, North Carolina, Wake Forest and others.
Favorites: Plans to narrow list down soon.
The Skinny in Recruiting: Many experts feel that it will come down to Auburn or Georgia for Ros because he has family ties to each. With that said, he is giving each school a fair shot by talking to their coaches, visiting their schools and researching each one. Ros plans to narrow his list down early in the summer, think things over and then make his decision late in July or early in August.
UGASports.com traveled over to Kennesaw Mountain High School to put an eye on Ros going through spring practice. He is a jumbo-athlete that shows a lot of athleticism for a prospect his size. Ros had a good showing when the cameras were on and you can see that in this feature.
Spring Practice Observations: Bryce Ros could easily take advantage of all the perks the system gives to top shelf recruits. Especially when you are the legacy of a College Football star. But Bryce does not let any of this get in the way of improving himself or helping his team. And what really makes him shine is his humbleness. With all the attention that he gets, he never loses sight on the team concept. He pushes the players during practice, and helps the players around him whenever possible. After hitting a player hard, it would not be unusual to see the player gloat in the eyes of his coaches. But not only did he not brag, he checked to make sure the player was not too seriously hurt. He stated during a drill that he was the worst player his position coach had ever had, giving props to others before himself. It is this down to earth nature that will make the college transition much easier as he may have to learn a new position.
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