"Right now I have two teams at the top of my list: Auburn and Georgia," Boiling, who is ranked as a three-star prospect by Scout.com, said. "They are pretty much the same."
Ball spent most of his time getting to better know a couple of Georgia's commitments.
Ball said he was accustomed to Georgia's campus (he's been around it before), and that he wanted to get to know the coaches at Georgia better during the camp.
"I've gotten to know Coach Fabris. He's real cool, and down to Earth. You know that he is going to be honest with you. He's a real cool coach – you know that he's going to teach you and make you better," Ball said.
The youngster also takes not of Georgia's defensive ends in the last few years.
"I see that – they've had a lot of them," he said.
Ball indicated that he won't decide very soon where he will attend college.
"I couldn't give you an exact date," he said.
One thing is for sure, however, Ball enjoyed himself while at Georgia.
"On a scale of one to ten, I would give it a ten," he proclaimed. "It was a great visit."
Mark Richt talks with Neland Ball