Four-star Kingsland (Ga.) Camden County Rivals250 quarterback Brice Ramsey is about as solid as it gets to the Georgia Bulldogs. So with his recruitment essentially over, he's turned his attention to helping his future school reel in a few more quality players.
His No. 1 target? Fellow Rivals250 running back Alvin Kamara. Ranked as the nation's 157th best player in the class of 2013, Karmara is down to Alabama and Georiga, and Ramsey is hoping he can steer him towards Athens.
"He's one of my main targets," Ramsey said. "The class is almost full and we only have a few spots left and the first ones to jump on them are going to get them so I hope he's one of them."
Kamara and Ramsey have formed a bond through various offseason events, including the Gridiron Kings event in Orlando in July. Ramsey and Kamara teamed up to help lead the Southeast Team to a victory at the event.
While it remains to be seen whether Karmara will join Ramsey at Georgia, the quarterback said he'll be attending at least a couple of Bulldogs games this season.
"I'm not taking visits to any other schools," Ramsey said. "I'm going to take an official to Georgia in November and try to take in a couple of other games, too."
With his high school team off to a solid start to the year, Ramsey is hoping to wait until later in the year, when his team's games will bring him closer to Athens.
"With the away games that we have up in that area it will just be easier," Ramsey said. "Plus I'm looking at their schedule and I want to make sure I go to a good game."
He added that his main focus is on leading his team, even if it means only throwing four times, as he did in his team's win over Savannah (Ga.) Beach on Friday.
"I'm having a good season and the team is having a really good season," Ramsey said. "I can't complain, a win is a win."