Kamara liked the excitement of the game and he also liked what the Bulldog running backs did against Tennessee.
"The amount of success those guys are having is crazy. I'm happy for Keith and Todd. To be ballin' as a freshman is every high school football players dream.
"The way they are playing as freshmen does not scare me at all. I feel like if I did make the decision to go to UGA, that we would all make each other better, and then win some Heisman Trophies and National Championships."
UGA coaches have to be excited about Gurley's and Marshall's success to this point, but that hasn't slowed down their pursuit of Kamara.
The four-star running back out of Norcross, Ga. knows he is wanted in Athens.
"I feel like Georgia wants me pretty bad. They recruit me hard, but they never pressure me or anything like that. Coach McClendon shoots me straight abut everything and I like that."
The Dawgs have been in the hunt for one of the best in the country from the beginning and them being close to home is one thing they have going for them and the coaching staff is another thing that stands out to him, but could UGA have something that no other school could offer him?
"I'm starting to really narrow down what I'm looking for in a school and with all my friends being committed to UGA, that just makes UGA that much sweeter," Kamara said. "I am close to Shaquille Wiggins, Tray Matthews, Reggie Carter, Brandon Kublanow, Josh Cardiello, Tramel Terry, and there is more than that. I see those dudes as family for real."
Kamara once wanted to have his mind made up by the end of the summer or even early in the fall, but he has decided to slow things down now.
He knows three schools he will definitely visit officially right now.
All six schools are still being considered by the no. 15 running back in the country.