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Feeling the Love

With many top-tier programs in play for his services, Rivals100 running back Bryce Love (Wake Forest-Rolesville) says Georgia has a place on his list.
"Oh, yes. Yes sir," Love said when asked if he projected Georgia to be in his upcoming "top" list.
Love, a 5-foot-11 four star out of the backfield, was unable to make the trip to Athens for the G-Day festivities, as his brother was playing in a spring game at East Carolina, but he expects to touch base soon.
"Right now, (the coaches) are really wanting me to get down there for a visit and see the campus," Love said of projecting a date. "Sometime soon, definitely. I want to get down there. I'm not trying to miss too much school, but it should definitely be soon."
Though many prospects of his caliber might bristle at the thought of coming into a highly rated and crowded backfield, such as Georgia's, Love knows and welcomes the challenge, no matter where he lands.
"Somebody going to Georgia has to be willing to compete," Love said. "I feel like once I get into a program and get experience, I think I'll be able to compete and play my freshman year."
With competition as his main focus, it should be no surprise that many are in the mix for the Tar Heel state talent, but the Bulldogs are part of the race.
"The schools that are sending me the most mail are Tennessee, Georgia, Stanford, and even schools that haven't offered yet, like Auburn, are sending a lot of things," said Love. "(Georgia)'s a great option. Really, they're right in the mix with everyone else."