Brice Ramsey is staying at Georgia.

The senior quarterback announced his decision from Georgia in the spring, but now as summer approaches, it appears he's had a change of heart. His mother told Dawgs247 that Ramsey was going to remain in Athens.

"Brice has committed to finishing out his time at the University of Georgia," Yolanda Ramsey said. "After visiting and talking with other schools, he could not get past the part of where his heart was and that is at UGA at the end of the day."

This is very good news for Georgia because Ramsey's original intent to transfer left it perilously thin on its quarterback depth chart. Jacob Eason is penciled in as the starter and without Ramsey, the only other scholarship quarterback on the roster was incoming freshman Jake Fromm.

Ramsey came to Georgia as part of its 2013 recruiting class, and at the time, he was considered to be the team's starting quarterback of the future. That never happened, though, as Georgia's then offensive coordinator Mike Bobo left for Colorado State. After that, Greyson Lambert transferred in and took over the starting role, and when Eason showed up last season, Ramsey fell to third on the depth chart.

Of course, while Ramsey wasn't playing quarterback, that doesn't mean he wasn't keeping himself busy. He's been serving as a punter for each of the last two years and has actually punted more balls in his Georgia career (45) than he's thrown (35 pass attempts) in the last two seasons.