Just about a month after receiving his first two college scholarship offers from Akron and Army, Rodriguez Price is putting in the extra effort to gain more attention.
The Creekside High standout is hitting the road and attending various camps throughout the southeast with the hopes of displaying the skills that Akron and Army coaches have already noticed.
Price, who stands 5-9 and weighs 173 pounds and plays running back and defensive back, recently attended camps at Georgia Tech and Auburn.
So what did he think about the two nearby programs?
On the Yellow Jackets: "My trip to Georgia Tech went good. I spent a lot of time with (Georgia Tech cornerbacks) Coach (Charles) Kelly, who is my position coach. I impressed a lot of the coaches during 1-on-1s so now I am just waiting to hear back from them. I hope I get an offer."
On the Tigers: "The Auburn trip went well. I enjoyed the experience down there. They treated us well. I also did a good job in the 1-on-1s down there like at Georgia Tech."
Next up for Price is a trip to Vanderbilt's camp this weekend followed by a trip to participate in UAB's camp in a few weeks.
Stay tuned for more on Price right here at GAVSV.com.
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