Originally written on The Lady Sportswriter  |  Last updated 1/21/13
Norcross running back and longtime Georgia recruiting target Alvin Kamara has one visit in the books (Alabama) and another “crucial” one to go (Georgia). For weeks, Kamara has made it clear that his decision will come down to where he feels he best fits; Georgia fans are hoping the homestate Bulldogs get the nod, but to hear Kamara tell it, after this weekends visit to Tuscaloosa,  you’d think the Crimson Tide have all but sewn this one up and the Bulldogs will be playing catch-up come the weekend. “The visit went well — Alabama pretty much just showed me why they are still in the running for my talents,” Kamara said. “I got all the questions that I had answered and I know if I chose to go there it would be a good choice.”  Those questions included how Kamara would be utilized if he were to sign with the Tide, which would give Alabama commitments from four ESPN 150 prospects hoping to get touches in the Crimson Tide’s backfield.  …“The next official visit is crucial because Georgia is also high on my list,” Kamara said. “So Georgia has to answer the questions I have and I have to be able [...]
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