Alabama and Georgia are the top two teams in the race to land running back Alvin Kamara from Norcross (Ga.) High School.
Kamara told Rivals.com he’s still considering four other schools: Tennessee, Florida State, Oklahoma State and Oregon.
“I came out with a top two of UGA and Alabama,” Kamara said. “I just feel like they have the edge over the other four schools that I have in my top six.”
The other schools will have to catch up quickly to have a chance at landing Kamara, who could make a decision soon.
“I’m still trying to probably get it done this month,” Kamara said. “We will just have to wait and see. I know I’ll hold the cards close when it comes to my decision time, but it’s all about a feeling. You can’t really put a time on a feeling.”
Georgia has been considered a favorite to land Kamara since running back Derrick Henry from Yulee, Fla., decommitted from the Bulldogs in June. He’s considering Alabama and Tennessee, both of whom are continuing to recruit Kamara.
Henry could also make his decision this month, with Sept. 28 being a possible announcement date.