Georgia sure wanted him there and it got him there.
The Dawgs made sure he knows he is wanted.
"The best part of the visit was getting the one-on-one time with the coaches and meeting them," said Roundtree. "I spent the most time with Coach [Mark] Richt and he told me how they need me and my leadership qualities.
"Coach Richt told me I am their No. 1 safety they want. That felt great, but I know I still have a lot of work to do."
Some prospect would believe that and some may think Richt is just telling them what they want to hear.
Roundtree is a believer.
"I trust Coach Richt and I believe what he said to me. He told me that I go beyond a good player, that I am a good person. I believe what he told me."
The four-star safety saw practice, checked out some of the UGA facilities, and spent time with some other recruits in Athens Saturday.
The visit was a good one and the Dawgs are in this race.
"Georgia will always be in my top half of schools," Roundtree said. "It was a great visit and I loved it."
The Evans (Ga.) Lakeside All-American plans to narrow his list down at the end of the summer.
Roundtree is the No. 5 safety and the No. 84 overall prospect in the country.