9:49 am May 11, 2009, by Darryl Maxie
By DARRYL MAXIE / email@example.com
Georgia remains in the running for wide receiver prospect Justin McCay of Shawnee Mission, Kan., and if the Bulldogs want to stay in the running, they’re going to have to step up their game.
McCay, who is No. 6 on The Sporting News’ top 100 prospect list, eliminated three schools over the weekend — UCLA, Nebraska and Oklahoma State — because “just didn’t feel like they fit me,” he told TSN. The Bulldogs reportedly have offered McCay, but he has not scheduled an official visit to Athens. Kansas State, Oklahoma and Wisconsin, however, are high on his list for visits. If the Dogs are serious about him, they’re going to have to close in on their target.
“That’s how I feel about it, that the schools I have the most tight relationships with are the ones I’ll look at the most,” McCay said.
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