Being a Bulldog is a strong temptation for LeMay, who has visited Georgia multiple times and come away impressed with several things the school offers academically and athletically.
“Being a man who loves to eat good food, the cafeteria stands out [at UGA] to me a great deal, as well as the success rate they have for getting their kids through school,” LeMay said. “Football wise, from my time down at camp this past summer, I loved working with coach Tony Ball and getting to know, see and take part in some of the drills that developed one of the most elite wide receivers in college football [Cincinnati Bengal and former Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green].”
LeMay last visited Athens for its showdown with the University of South Carolina, which he said was a much-needed getaway.
“My last visit to Georgia was on Sept. 10 after my first high school loss,” LeMay said, whose team was 31-0 in his first two seasons before losing their first game of the 2011 season. “Going down to see my brother for his first college media day, it was an enjoyable and needed getaway. It’s always good to go spend some time anywhere family is.”