Adam Gotsis’ childhood dreams never included being an NFL football player

  Most NFL draft picks have dreamt of being first-rounders, playing for the hometown team or winning a super bowl from the day they picked up a ball—not Adam Gotsis, the Denver Broncos second-round pick. In fact, he laughs at the notion. “Not when I first started,” he says with a heavy accent and a chuckle. “When I first started I was just out there having fun, you know? Just loving...
Via BSN Denver
April 30, 2016

Scouting report: Broncos second-round pick Adam Gotsis

  This sometimes is the hard part of being a draft analyst (or all least obsessed enough with watching film to be considered an analyst). No matter how good a pick is for the Broncos, it’s hard to overlook where a player is in my rankings. Gotsis was in my rankings (19th-ranked interior Defensive linemen and 112th-best player overall) it’s also true that he’s coming off an ACL injury...
Via BSN Denver
April 29, 2016

Aussie surprise, Adam Gotsis “completely thrilled to be a Denver Bronco”

  The Denver Broncos, to the surprise of many, selectedAdam Gotsis 63rd overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. For Gotsis, the path from Australia to the National Football League, has been equally surprising and now gratifying. “It has been an unreal process the whole time, from the moment I got to college to right this moment,” Gotsis said via phone almost immediately after being selected...
Via BSN Denver
April 29, 2016

Broncos select Australian defensive tackle Adam Gotsis

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos have selected Georgia Tech defensive tackle Adam Gotsis with the final pick of the second round in the NFL draft. Gotsis, 23, is still recovering from a torn ACL he suffered against Virginia on Oct. 31. He said he hopes to be back on the field by August. Gotsis played Australian Rules Football for eight years before moving to the United...
Via Associated Press
April 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Broncos select defensive lineman Adam Gotsis with the 63rd pick

  ENGLEWOOD, CO – With the 63rd pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, The Denver Broncos select,  Adam Gotsis, Defensive Tackle, Georgia Tech. Gotsis is a very interesting prospect as he has spent more time playing Australian Rules football in his life than American football. That’s right, Gotsis hails from Abbotsford, Australia where he lived all the way up until he entered school at Georgia...
Via BSN Denver
April 29, 2016

Georgia Tech holds pro day, NFL execs watch player workouts

ATLANTA (AP) Adam Gotsis didn't do much Friday yet he was the headliner at Georgia Tech's pro day even though the senior defensive tackle was limited by injury in auditioning for NFL executives. All he could do was bench press weights on Friday, four months after surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate knee ligament. But Australian understands the situation. Asked how he'd...
Via Associated Press
March 18, 2016  |  Discuss

2016 NFL Draft under-the-radar player spotlight: Adam Gotsis

When you think of Georgia Tech’s 2015 season, you probably remember a team that had so much promise and hype coming into the season only to see the team fall flat on their faces and finish the year 3-9. The team was full of athletes that could have made the team one of the more dangerous in the ACC. One of those athletes was senior defensive tackle Adam Gotsis. He is one of the most...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Tech's Gotsis, Hunt-Days have plans to push each other

The Yellow Jackets will feature a motivated and potentially dominant interior defensive line in 2015, with Adam Gotsis and Jabari Hunt-Days as the projected starters at tackle. Gotsis was a second-team All-ACC selection last year; Hunt-Days is making the transition from rush-end after a season-long hiatus due to academic ineligibility.In a recent interview with Ken Sugiura of the...
Via FOX Sports
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Australia's Gotsis an anchor for Georgia Tech defense

ATLANTA (AP) Adam Gotsis wasn't on any of the recruiting lists when the Australian signed with Georgia Tech three years ago in what looked like a strange experiment. Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson believed he'd landed a five-star talent. He said on that signing day in 2012, ''I will match him up against almost anybody. He's 6-foot-5, 300 pounds and can run.'' Johnson was right...
Via Associated Press
March 26, 2015  |  Discuss

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