College football fans have been treated to many memorable quarterbacks in recent years, and Brice Ramsey has all of the skills to dominate at the collegiate level.
Ramsey is a prototypical pocket passer with plenty of upside. He's rated as a 4-star prospect by 247 Sports, which ranks him as the No. 97 recruit in the class of 2013. The scouting service also grades him as the ninth-best prospect in Georgia.
The Camden County High School star has already illustrated a terrific understanding of the position. A lot of times, players arrive as freshmen with great natural ability but very raw development in terms of reading and dissecting defenses.
That's not the case for Ramsey. He already grasps the concepts needed to succeed at the next level. He combines that knowledge with good accuracy and solid arm strength, making him one of the most complete QBs in the class.
The most underrated aspect of the talent recruit's game is probably his athleticism. He's not on an elite level in that area, but he's got enough quickness to avoid the pass rush, which is a necessity if he's going to survive with defensive prospects becoming more athletic each year.
Ramsey had no shortage of college options and justifiably so given his natural abilities.
Though his skills are obvious, it would be wise to bring him along slowly. He would benefit from a year of tutelage before competing for the starting job. His upside is obvious, but it's very important to eliminate the possibility of destroying a young throwers confidence early in his career by throwing him into the fire too quickly.
Once he does take the reins, fans can expect efficiency. A lot like Matthew Stafford, Aaron Murray and quarterbacks of that nature in recent memory, he won't make a lot of flashy plays and that will likely cause him to get overlooked, but he should lead a reliable offensive attack.
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Unless otherwise noted, all recruiting star ratings are courtesy of 247Sports' composite system.