It's not often you see a high school player commit to an SEC program before even starting a game. But that's the case for future Georgia Bulldog Brice Ramsey. The Camden County QB knows his prep career is almost over.
"It's coming down really fast, December 20th I'll graduate so I'm just trying to make the most of it right now and I'm trying to get out of here with a state championship." says Ramsey.
The Wildcats are 6-0 with the meat of the schedule still to come but Ramsey hopes to play in the Georgia Dome come December.
"That's our goal every single year, whenever we have started in the dome we do finish in the dome."
Those kind of lofty expectations can put a lot of pressure on a high school student, luckily Ramsey has a way to relax.
"I can come out here and do whatever, have fun on the golf course, I love to do it, I feel like it's a stress reliever for me. You can be more relaxed with the coaching in golf, yelling wise, I feel like golf is tougher."
Although he doesn't get a chance to play many rounds you can tell Ramsey has a natural swing, one he hopes to use when he arrives on campus.
"Being up there in Athens with that golf course will be a lot of fun, hope to be able to get some hook-ups when I'm there and play quite a bit when i'm up there. I talk to Coach Bobo, the Offensive Coordinator, about golf, he's already talking, he's like a really good golfer I guess, so I guess we'll find out when I get up there."