Getting Cameron Sims to travel across the South to play college football is going to be a heck of a challenge. Sims has go past the bulk of SEC West to get to Athens – bypassing Tuscaloosa and Baton Rouge on the way. That's the challenge of trying to sign one of the top players in Louisiana – they just don't leave the state a lot to begin with, and Georgia's hardly ever made an impact there.
Sims is the top wide receiver on the board at Georgia, so that tells you the importance of his recruitment at Georgia. He's also shown enough interest in the Bulldogs to come to the Mark Richt Camp in June.
But will Georgia's obvious attraction to Sims be enough to get him to sign with the Bulldogs? No, but at least Georgia is in the ball game even if they are not up to bat. This will be a challenging get for Georgia.