Mark Richt’s tour of Bulldog Club meetings took him Wednesday night to Savannah, where he was, of course, asked about quarterback Logan Gray’s stay-or-go status.
Richt said Gray is still “looking over his options” and still has a chance to win Georgia’s starting quarterback job in preseason camp, according to published and broadcast reports from Savannah.
Gray, the No. 2 quarterback on Georgia’s post-spring depth chart, met with Richt on Monday to discuss his status on the team and the possibility of transferring to another school.
Aaron Murray is listed as the No. 1 quarterback on the post-spring depth chart, but Richt has emphasized that does not guarantee Murray will be the starter in the Sept. 4 season opener against Louisiana-Lafayette.
“Like I’ve said numerous times, Aaron has not won the job,” Richt said in Savannah. He told reporters before the speaking engagement that Murray, Gray or “for that matter” incoming freshman Hutson Mason might win the job in August.
Richt said last week that he wants to get Gray in the “best position” to help Georgia win, whether that is at quarterback or “getting some reps at receiver or something.”
(Click here for the Savannah Morning News’ report on the visit to the Savannah Bulldog Club by Richt and Mark Fox. The report includes interesting comments by Richt on a number of players with Savannah-area ties.)