Alvin Kamara is starting to become a recognizable name outside the state of Georgia and he has…
Alvin Adds Another Offer
On Thursday, Norcross (Ga.) running back Alvin Kamara was offered by a school he had no prior contact with and from a coach he barely knew. USC assistant coach Ed Orgeron told the 5-10, 191-pound running back that they'd like him to come to Los Angeles, followed by Coach Lane Kiffin letting Kamara know there is a scholarship in his name. "They said the loved my film," he said. "It's a cool offer to get." Kamara hails from the alma mater of former Trojan Brice Butler. The distance wouldn't bother Kamara, if he chooses to accept the offer, as his sister just moved to the City of Angels a month ago. "Moving is not a big deal. I just want to go somewhere that feels like home. If I come out there and like it, I'll have no problem going there." But USC is not the only school high on the speedy back's tail. Kamara has corralled offers from powerhouses like Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. And plenty of these schools sound appealing to Kamara. Growing up watching Florida, the Georgia native stays in touch with Gators' running back Mack Brown. The Bulldogs are his hometown school, and Alabama is just a four-hour drive from his home. "I got along really well with Alabama's coaching staff. And I'll be at Georgia's Junior Day." He'll also attend Clemson's Junior Day on March 3. The list might continue to grow for Kamara, but he's not yet fazed by the recruiting process. "It's cool when high school football is mentioned and your name is mentioned along with it." Kamara doesn't have a time frame for his college decision, and plans to keep his options open. He doesn't even have a list, or a top-five. He said he'll just decide when he's comfortable, at whatever school he finds himself most comfortable.
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