"I went this last weekend and it was the third time I had been up there. It was nice. " he said. "I didn't know it, but they offered a couple of weeks ago I just didn't understand what they were saying. They mad real clear to me that they have offered me."
The other in-state school, Virginia, hasn't offered Massie, and he said he's not clear what's going on.
"I have not heard from Virginia in a while," he admitted. "I don't know if they have stopped recruiting me or on the verge of offering me. It wasn't one of my top schools to begin with. I like the defense they run, but after that..."
Georgia, Massie says, is still the team to beat.
"We just can't make it down this weekend," he said when asked about Georgia's camp this weekend. "Georgia is still in the lead because of the relationship I have with the coaches and the facilities they have. I talk with Coach Ball and Coach Searles every day - its like we are friends. We talk about what I like about Georgia and even what I like about other schools."
That relationship may have Georgia in the lead, but Massie says that he wants to wait and check out five schools before deciding to pick one.
As far as what position he would play at the next level, Massie says that if he has his way, which he admits he probably won't he would play defense.
"I would rather play defense," he said. "I know that I have an offensive lineman's body, but I like to hit people and scoring touchdowns on defense with it."