Top Signal Caller Talks Trip to Athens

The University of Georgia entertained well over 100 prospects at its' annual G-Day game on Saturday afternoon and one of the biggest visitors was Missouri QB Logan Gray. Scout.com caught up with the Midwestern standout after he returned from Athens and he talks all about the trip right here.

"I flew in Friday and got there around 7:30 into Atlanta. I stayed the night in Madison and I got to Athens on Saturday about 8:00 and met with Coach Bobo. He showed me around all of the athletic buildings and I got to see all of the facilities. I spent about an hour and a half with Coach Bobo," Logan Gray said.

Logan liked what he saw of Bulldog head coach Mark Richt as well.

"I went to the academic center with the rest of the recruits and after that was over I went with Coach Richt for a little bit. I thought he was an incredible person. I really enjoyed talking to him and listening to him. He's a really good guy and definitely the type you'd want to play for."

What were his thoughts of the game?

"After I met with Coach Richt we went to the game and I got to stand on the sidelines almost the whole time. Stafford threw the long touchdown on the first play and that was pretty exciting."

Once the spring scrimmage was complete, the Bulldogs received their 2005 SEC Championship rings.

"They had their ring ceremony after the game and that was neat. I got a chance to meet a lot of the signees like Tony Wilson, Naderris Ward, and I got to meet Caleb King as well. It was cool. I'm from Missouri so it's kind of a different part of the country but it was nice to talk about their recruiting."

Gray's next visit will be a trip to Manhattan, KS later this month to watch Kansas State's spring game. Stay tuned to Scout.com for the latest on this stellar prospect right up through signing day 2007…

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