The dinner with the coaching staff sticks out in Logan's mind.
"My favorite part was having dinner with them. It was awesome. I thought we had a really good time. We didn't talk that much football, we just talked about everything. It was good just having a chance to sit down with them, relax and get to know them even better."
Gray had pretty much seen all Athens has to offer on his two prior trips to the Classic City, but this was the first time he was able to tour the East Campus Dorms.
"That was the first time I saw the new dorms and those were awesome. They're just brand new and really, really, really nice. You can stay in the dorms up to three years, and at a lot of schools players try to leave as soon as they can but at Georgia they're so nice most people stay there the whole time."
Although he wouldn't come in and play right away if he was to join the Dawgs, Logan still likes the depth chart situation that Mark Richt's ball club has to offer.
"I would probably come into Georgia and redshirt my first year. They'd like me to put more weight on, learn the offense and get stronger. That would put two years between me and Matt (Stafford) and after that I would bring a little different style. Most of the quarterback's at Georgia are more drop back passers but I can do some other things."
How did his visit to UGA compare with the previous days trip to Auburn?
"I had a really good time at Auburn too, but Georgia was just incredible. Both are really impressive and each are great schools but I had a really awesome time at Georgia."
Look for Logan to make a decision between the Tigers and the Dawgs here very shortly.
"I'd say Auburn and Georgia are the top two. I could have a decision here in a week or two."
Gray was recently selected to attend the Elite 11 event in California. Stay tuned to Scout.com for the latest on the #1 QB in the Midwest right up through signing day 2007…