Fast-rising four-star RB Alvin Kamara won't announce his decision until Signing Day, but after visiting Athens he is done with official visits. His only other visit was to Alabama, and now he has some thinking to do.
"I'm really putting everything together in my head right now," Kamara told UGASports.com. "I'm trying to figure out what school has more qualities I'm looking for. Both visits had different things to offer, and I got what I needed out of the two."
In addition to getting Kamara's last visit, the Bulldogs could be helped by the fact that he had the undivided attention of the offensive staff as the only visitor on the offensive side of the ball. The nation's No. 2 all-purpose back, Kamara was the biggest mover in the recently released Rivals100, jumping 101 spots to No. 45 overall in the country.
Here is a compilation of other official visit reports from across the country.
Mississippi State added three-star quarterback Damian Williams to the fold after his official visit, good news for a program that just lost four-star OL Deon Mix over the weekend and good insurance in case four-star QB commit Cord Sandberg chooses a pro baseball career. Three-star WR B.J. Hammond came out of his official visit solidly committed to the Bulldogs.
Bulldogs gain one, lose another
Four-star WR James Clark had nothing but good things to say about his visit, but he'll stick to his plan to visit Florida next weekend before announcing his choice on Signing Day. Four-star APB Dontre Wilson, long an Oregon pledge who started looking around when Chip Kelly left for the NFL, also left Columbus without flipping, as expected, and is expected to visit Oklahoma State next weekend.
Clark recaps Ohio State visit