ROME, Ga. — Adam Anderson committed to Georgia at 7:55 p.m. on Thursday night.
That moment came on his 18th birthday. Someone gave him a huge can of cheese balls earlier that day at school to celebrate his big day.
Anderson gave Georgia fans a lot to smile about on Thursday night. He chose Georgia after what he said was a “tough decision” between the home state school and Alabama.
The nation’s No. 2 OLB from Rome High School became the 17th member of Georgia’s 2018 recruiting class. That decision pushed the Bulldogs up to No. 6 overall in the 247Sports Composite Team Recruiting rankings.
Georgia now has the No. 1 class for 2018 in the SEC. It also has one of the nation’s premier pass rushers.
DawgNation was there to chat with Anderson for his first interview after he re-committed to the Bulldogs.
Anderson wants to be major in Sports Broadcasting at Georgia. Check out the live interview below.
It looks like he will have a few skills behind the camera when his career playing in front of them winds down.
He answered the following questions:
- Why Georgia?
- What does he think about Kirby Smart?
- Will he take any other official visits?
- Does he care about stars and rankings?
- What role does his family play in his success?
- What does he do before every game to honor a member of his family who passed away far too soon?
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound prospect is believed to already be the all-time leader in sacks at Rome High. He has already racked up 17 tackles and nine sacks through seven games.