Quarterback Brice Ramsey is set to lead Camden County during the next two years.
Brice Ramsey has yet to start a game at Camden County High School at Quarterback, but he is already drawing serious attention from colleges. This past weekend he visited Georgia.
"It was a good visit up there," said Ramsey. "Coach (Mike) Bobo and coach (Tony) Ball came over to our table and talked to me for a while. They let me know they will be watching me next year to see what type of numbers I put up."
Ramsey, a 6-foot-3 and 190 pound QB from Kingsland, has displayed a big-time arm at every camp he has been to during the last two years, and schools have taken notice.
"I am hearing the most from Georgia, Florida, Florida State and Oregon," he said. "Michigan State and Texas A&M are other schools that have started sending me letters as well lately."
This 2013 prospect is ready to take over the powerhouse program at Camden.
"I am pretty confident in my ability," he said."I feel like I throw the ball good and have good accuracy, so I am ready to show what I can do."
Rusty's Take- I have seen Ramsey throw four times in person at camps and practice, and this kid can be as special as any QB in the country if he continues to put in the work. He is legit 6-foot-3 and wears a size 16 shoe, so I expect him to grow a few more inches before it is said and done. Ramsey's family let me know he may do some offseason work with George Whitfield out of San Diego in the spring. Whitfield is a QB coach to several current NFL QB's including Ben Roethlisberger.