Georgia reserve quarterback Christian LeMay has explored a transfer and reportedly has made a decision on where he’s headed.
LeMay, a redshirt sophomore, intends to transfer to Jacksonville State (Ala.), an FCS program, along with former Georgia safety Shaquille Fluker, according to ESPN.com.
Fluker, who left the program and announced his intention to transfer earlier this month, told the Athens Banner-Herald Monday night that he’ll decide later this week whether to go to Jacksonville State or Northwestern State (La.).
Fluker said he saw LeMay during a visit to Jacksonville State last Wednesday. LeMay missed bowl practices Wednesday and Thursday for what offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said were personal reasons.
“I think his plans might be him going there,” Fluker said.
LeMay returned to practice late last week and planned to travel with the team to Jacksonville for the Jan. 1Gator Bowl, according to a team spokesman.
Blake Barnes, another reserve quarterback, announced plans to transfer but still traveled with the team to the Sugar Bowl in 2007 before moving on to Delta State (Miss.) University.
LeMay, a four-star quarterback recruit from Matthews, N.C., has attempted just two passes in his Georgia career. He was passed over on the depth chart by redshirt freshman Faton Bauta and walk-on Parker Welch.