If you want to know what Tavarres King is doing, just hop on Twitter and check out @TKUnoDos.
The tag is a play off his jersey number at Georgia, and like his main asset on the football field, his tweets come fast.
King is relentless with his updates and responses to his friends and followers, often tweeting several times an hour and only stopping when he's asleep.
"I'm a Twitterholic," King said. "I love it. It's fun. It's a good way to keep me updated on things going on and everybody else. Anytime I'm sitting around and not doing anything, I'm tweeting."
He didn't take to Twitter at first. He started an account and didn't do anything with it, but then started another one more than a year ago.
"I just couldn't stop after that. It's an ongoing thing," King said.
It might be easier following King when he's catching passes for the Bulldogs than in the Twitterverse.
King is Georgia's top deep threat, and he finished his junior season by setting a school record with 205 receiving yards in a loss to Michigan State in the Outback Bowl.
"That was a very special moment," he said. "That showcased what I can do, what I'm capable of doing. Hopefully, there's more of that coming."
That total, which came on six catches and included an 80-yard touchdown, boosted his season numbers to a team-leading 47 receptions for 705 yards and eight touchdowns.
Both King and fellow receiver Malcolm Mitchell, who had 45 catches for 665 yards despite missing three games, are returning in 2012, giving quarterback Aaron Murray his favorite targets again next fall.
In fact, five of Georgia's top six receivers will be back, with only tight end Orson Charles leaving early for the NFL.
"Our aerial attack is going to be tremendous," King said. "It's going to be something special. It's going to be very special to see and something very special to be a part of."
Murray threw a school-record 35 touchdown passes for the Bulldogs, who finished 10-4 after winning 10 consecutive games between two losses to open the season and two to end it. And King said he and Murray "left at least eight" touchdowns out there.
"Either he underthrew something or overthrew it or I dropped it or there was a miscue on both of our parts," King said. "So add those to the ones with the other guys. (Murray) is a guy who can do some tremendous things, so add 20 (touchdowns) to whatever he had this year."
King was part of a group of Bulldogs who could have left school early and declared themselves eligible for April's NFL draft. Instead, All-America safety Bacarri Rambo, All-America linebacker Jarvis Jones, linebacker Cornelius Washington, cornerbacks Branden Smith and Sanders Commings, and nose tackle John Jenkins all returned.
That meant Georgia didn't lose a defensive underclassman to the NFL from a defense that finished fifth in the FBS in total defense.
King is one of six returning offensive starters to go with nine defensive starters who are coming back.
"I feel like the reason the majority of us stayed is because we feel like we have something special here," King said. "Guys thought we were so close to doing something great. That's not talking about just the SEC championship. That's the whole shebang. We want it all."
And if Georgia wins, you'll read about it at @TKUnoDos.