Is UGA in it?

The home-state Georgia Bulldogs once led for Brendan Langley, then some thought they had been eliminated a month ago. What is Langley thinking now? Could UGA offering his teammate help? Get the latest here.

Brendan Langley admits there was an "issue" with Georgia, but that is as far as he wants to go with the details.

The one-time leader Georgia Bulldogs and Langley have "resolved" the issue according to Langley, so where does Langley stand now?

"My top four are Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Georgia," Langley told Scout over the weekend. "Alabama is still me leader right now."

The 6-foot-1, 188 pound cornerback out of Marietta (Ga.) Kell once thought he would commit to someone in June, but now he is set on committing in August.

Does UGA still have a shot?

"Georgia was never out of it. We settled the issue about a week after it came up and they were back in it. I have talked to them a little since then, but they were never completely out of it."

When the issue was resolved, it did not push UGA back up his list either.

"I do like them more now after figuring out what was going on, but It doesn't bring them any further up my list," said the four-star corner. "I just have to keep looking around, talking to coaches, and trying to figure out which school is the right one for me."

It has nothing to do with Langley, but the Dawgs offered another defensive back out of Kell on Saturday.

Quincy Mauger was impressive at the Mark Richt Camp and he earned an offer from the Bulldogs. Could this help the Dawgs?

"Me and Quincy are very good friends and this definitely gives me more to think about with Georgia.

"I would love to play with Quincy, me and him have talked about playing together, and I think we will be visiting Georgia together sometime soon. We have not set it up yet, but I could see us in Athens to visit with the coaches soon."

Mauger is a 6-foot, 200 pound safety that can cover and hit and he has offers from Furman, Iowa State, Marshall, Navy, Ohio, and UCF along with Georgia.

Stay tuned to Scout for the latest

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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