UGA’s No. 1 football commitment could miss more than half of his senior season.
Christian LeMay of Matthews, N.C., who is ranked as the nation’s No. 2 quarterback by Scout, is accused of breaking an unspecified code of conduct rule at school and faces a possible an out-of-school suspension for up to 30 days, according to the Charlotte Observer. LeMay has a hearing on Monday with school officials.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound LeMay committed to UGA over Clemson, Notre Dame, Auburn and Texas A&M. He is the one of UGA’s 11 commitments for its 2011 recruiting class that is not from the state of Georgia.
LeMay earned North Carolina player of the year honors last season after leading Butler High School to a 15-0 record and the 4A state championship. He completed 68.5 percent of his passes for 3,296 yards, 44 touchdowns and two interceptions last season.
Neither LeMay or his father Stacy could be reached for comment. However, earlier this week, Stacy told the AJC’s Chip Towers via text message, “Christian will be attending Georgia’s minicamp this Saturday, along with his two brothers Uriah and Benjamin. That day will also be Christian’s 18th birthday. He is very excited to spend his birthday at UGA.”