There's an old saying that Mark Richt never closes a door without opening a window.
Georgia's recent rash of quarterback unrest—Zach Mettenberger's removal from the team days after he put on the best performance in the spring game, followed by the confirmed rumors that another backup, Logan Gray, was considering a transfer and had to be begged to stay—now appears to have helped the Bulldogs in their recruitment of Lemay.
Lemay's father, Stacy, confirmed as much when he said the dismissal definitely helps Georgia, and that the Dawgs were "even more attractive" now.
Beyond just making the next cut, I like the Bulldogs to emerge as the leader when the announcement is made on Friday.
Lemay has visited Athens multiple times throughout his recruitment, many times with his family, and the Lemay's have gotten a good feel for the place.
I've found that in recruiting, Occam's Razor—that the simplest explanation is often the correct one—does pertain.
Right now, the Georgia Bulldogs are the simplest explanation. The buzz is there. The interest is there. Now, the need is really there. Where there's smoke, there's fire.
If it helps salve the wounds of all those defections, so much the better. Mark Richt and the embattled Dawgs deserve as much.