Middleton does not have an offer from Georgia, but said that he in interested in playing at Georgia if given the chance. "I am very interested in Georgia," he said.
South Carolina State, East Carolina, and South Carolina have all offered. "I am wide open," he said.
Middleton would not admit that injuries from last season have slowed down his scholarship offers this summer. "I only saw limited action in some games. I am sure that teams know about my injury. But it is nothing that holds me down. But it makes me want to be better," said Middleton. His knee was scoped last season.
Of the camp itself, Middleton said that it was all about getting better.
"I was in Coach VanGorder's group in both session and I helped lead some of the sessions. It was a camp about drills that helped develop skills. We learned some things I learned a little more about what they want in man to man coverage. At Georgia we focused on not looking at the QB at all, that could throw you off. You should focus on the receiver. When his hands go up you go for the block. He was doing basic evaluations for everyone at the camp," he said.
But with all of the work going on, Middleton said that he did not get to speak with Georgia Defensive Coordinator Brain VanGorder for very long. "I did get a chance to thank him for inviting me to the camp," he said.
Middleton, a former teammate of Georgia cornerback Tim Jennings, said that his former teammate's arrest in the off-season was disappointing.
"We did not get a chance to meet Tim. We took Tim's off season misdemeanor charge hard. I think that he could have gotten mixed up in the wrong crowd." But Middleton is confident that Jennings will straighten things out. "He will be ok if he can keep his head clear."