Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE
Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones is enjoying the build-up to what could be his last collegiate game.
It may not be easy for a college player to enjoy the experience of a bowl game with the large decision of deciding whether or not to go pro looming.
For Georgia's Jarvis Jones, however, he is enjoying every second of it.
As The Telegraph reports, Jones has been loving his time in Orlando before the Capital One Bowl, as it seems that he is soaking everything up.
Freshman linebacker Jordan Jenkins, Jones' road roommate this season doesn't sense any change in Jones' behavior, even with lucrative opportunities right around the corner.
"I think he's trying to have fun with everybody," Jenkins said. "I don't even think he thinks about leaving yet. He doesn't act any different. He still acts the same, like he's gonna be here and everything."
Jones is eligible for the NFL Draft in 2013, and after being an All-American in both of his season's with Georgia it is obvious that he would be a coveted defensive player.
But for now, Jones is focused on the task at hand, including ending the season with a win and breaking David Pollack's single-season sack record. Jones needs 1.5 sacks on Tuesday to do so.