Offensive lineman Max Garcia paid a visit to the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday as he continues to evaluate his options since making the decision to transfer from the Maryland football program.
The Bulldogs are thought to be the front runner for Garcia but other schools are in the mix and most notably the Ole Miss Rebels who also received a visit from Garcia.
"(Georgia's) been my front-runner because it's so close to home," he said. "But I'll say this, after my visit to Ole Miss, they've moved up to No. 2. I really don't have a list to be honest, but I can say that I have a high interest in both Georgia and Ole Miss right now."
At 6-foot-5, 310-pounds, Garcia could fit prominently into the Bulldogs plans along the offensive line. Per transfer rules Garcia will have to sit out the upcoming season. Garcia also plans to take visits to Vanderbilt and Florida before making his final decision.
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