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Who will land the top back in Georgia?
Alvin Kamara is done with his visits, but the consensus four-star running back still can't name a leader between Alabama and Georgia, where he visited this weekend.
In Sanford Stadium watchin these cut ups coach BoBo made for me. 🐶 twitter.com/A_kamara6/stat…— Alvin Kamara (@A_kamara6) January 26, 2013
He spoke with ESPN about his visit ($):
"I do not really have a leader," Kamara said. "I still have to put it together in my head. I said I would have a clear leader after the two official visits, so after I get this stuff figured out in my head, I will."
It went great," Kamara said. "I just had a chance to get around the coaches, Coach McClendon, Coach [Mark] Richt, all those guys, Coach [Will] Friend. Reuben [Foster] was here, Montravius [Adams], Davin [Bellamy] and some other guys. It was a fun weekend, I got a chance to see Athens for real instead of just coming for one day and leaving."
Kamara stands 5'10 and weighs 190 pounds. He's not a big back, but his versatility is excellent. Kamara catches the football very well, and will be a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses when motioned out of the backfield.
Out of Norcross (Ga.) High School, Kamara is one of the best players in the state.