Georgia Offers Another 2013 QB

The Bulldogs offered a second quarterback prospect in the 2013 class over the weekend.

Cedar Grove quarterback Jonathan McCrary and a teammate threw in front of Bulldogs' offensive coordinator Mike Bobo last week.

McCrary's workout session clearly impressed the Georgia coaching staff.

"After we worked out and threw coach Bobo said that's all we need to see," McCrary, 6-foot-3, 180-pounds, said. "They took me in coach Mark Richt's office and he told me I had an offer."

McCrary is the second 2013 quarterback to receive an offer, joining Camden's Brice Ramsey.

"I mean, the offer really didn't change anything," McCrary said. "It just gave me like a mindset about how I see life and how I make decisions. How I did and think before is different than I'm doing and think now. It makes me want to keep working and keep getting better."

What the Bulldogs recruiting plan at quarterback in 2013 is still unknown—whether the coaching staff plans to take one or two will play out over the coming months. However, McCrary confirmed Georgia is not going to take a signal caller in 2012, setting up a good chance for early playing time for whomever commits the following year.

"They said that in 2012 they're not going to bring in a quarterback," McCrary said. "It's either going to be a senior that's starting if I go there as a freshman or I'll have the chance to start early. Either way, I want to compete. I don't want to just come in and have the job. I want to work and compete so that I know I'm ready to play."

Florida State was the first to offer McCrary, and Georgia surely will not be the last. His summer schedule is already booked, with plans to visit schools or attend camps all while still working with his high school teammates.

"I'm going to Florida State next week," he said. "I'm going to Alabama in July and then I'm going to have workouts all summer. There is always something going on."

The offers are just beginning, and the attention will continue to build. Still, McCrary is downplaying his recruitment.

"It is great and most kids get very excited," he said. "I always keep in my mind that recruiting isn't everything. Coaches can change their mind. It's good to go and be seen. It's good to have an offer, but you've got to keep working and keep getting better. Things can always change."

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