After making an early commitment to Georgia and nothing to distract him from his senior season, Matthews (N.C.) Butler wide receiver Uriah LeMay has been an integral part in his team's 11-0 run through the season.
With 710 yards and 10 touchdowns through the air and also some time spent at running back, LeMay's versatility has been on full display.
Rather than spending his Saturdays taking unofficial visits to other schools, LeMay has been in Athens every chance he can get.
"Thus far all my visits have been to Georgia games," LeMay said. "All my trips to Georgia have been good. I always learn something new every time I'm down."
Despite overtures from pretty much every school in the Southeast, LeMay has remained solid to the 'Dawgs since his commitment back in June.
He said that he's only planning on taking one official visit and even though he's yet to schedule it, it will be to Georgia.
"I haven't scheduled any officials just yet," LeMay said. "I probably would not take any other officials than to Georgia."
With Georgia in the driver's seat for a spot in the SEC Championship game, LeMay said the Bulldogs strong 2012 season has only made him feel better about his pledge.
"I think this is one of the Georgia's better seasons" LeMay said. "With the record they have and the way the team is playing is making them a force to be messed with."