2013 UGA QB commit in Army Bowl Combine 

January, 6, 2012
The Army Bowl National Junior Combine is set to take place Friday in San Antonio with hundreds of talented prospects making the trip in an effort to stake their claim as one of the top talents in the 2013 class. Some are hoping to use the event to get exposure and increase their stock, others like 2013 wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood (Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenney) arrived to find out they were already in the 2013 Army All-American Bowl. Quarterback Brice Ramsey (Kingsland, Ga./Camden County) is in town for a different reason.

“I just wanted to go here and meet some people and compete,” Ramsey said. “That’s the reason I came all the way out here. Hopefully I’ll get invited back for the game next year.”

Ramsey completed 80 of 125 passes for 1,308 yards and 17 touchdowns with only two interceptions in his first season starting for Camden County. He also ran for five touchdowns while operating Coach Jeff Herron’s wing-T offense. Unlike most prospects in next year’s class, Ramsey has already committed, choosing the University of Georgia over Florida and others. He announced his decision back at the Dawg Night prospect camp in July, in what has become a familiar summer destination for Ramsey.
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