Ohio State has assumed the lead, or at least it seems that way, for McMillan. But behind the scenes Georgia's brass thinks its in good shape for the coastal Georgia prospect. McMillan isn't as important a recruit as he may have seemed to be at one time as the Bulldogs signed a slew of linebackers in the last class. But he's an important one in terms of perception.
Georgia's class of 2014 is going to be fine with or without McMillan. But to signing him after all of the noise he's made about how great it would be for Georgians to all go to Georgia (a nice, but naive thought) would be a pretty good get.
Pulling McMillan would show that Georgia can still throw its weight around in state – even if getting prospects in state is no longer the gold standard in recruiting.