It's tough to take anyone's word as gospel, but when a former legendary quarterback makes a statement about a recruit, fans will undoubtedly listen. Reports had been made that Georgia's top uncommitted linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons was out at church with Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt on Wednesday, until Buck Belue surfaced to say that things hadn't quite gone according to plan.
Source checking in from Valdosta...not real encouraging news on Josh Harvey-Clemons. Says his visit to Georgia didn't go real well.— @buckbelue8 via Twitter
While in the very next tweet Belue's "source" says that while Harvey-Clemons is probably going to Gatorland...but admitted that "could change like the wind." Florida and Florida State have also been locked in on Harvey-Clemons and Seminoles' head coach Jimbo Fisher wanted to attend services with the linebacker but could not because of Richt's earlier commitment.
Signing day is just around the corner and so is Harvey-Clemons decision.