Max Garcia Transfer: Could Former Maryland Lineman End Up At Wisconsin With Danny O'Brien?

Former Maryland Terrapins offensive lineman Max Garcia was granted permission to transfer from the school earlier this spring to be closer to home, and it appears the 6-foot-4, 310-pounder will have a decision soon after wrapping up visits to five schools: Georgia, Florida, Ole Miss, Southern Cal and, this weekend, Wisconsin. Via Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Max Garcia, one of the nation's most heavily-recruited football transfers, told the AJC that this weekend's visit to Wisconsin and he'll announce his college choice within the next couple of weeks.

"It will be before May," Garcia said.

Terrapins fans may be suffering from deja vu, as it wasn't too long ago former Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien transferred to, you guessed it, Wisconsin. Could a reunion of lineman and quarterback be in the works?

For more on the Danny O'Brien situation or other transfers, check back to this StoryStream or visit SB Nation's Maryland blog Testudo Times. For all your college football news and notes be sure to visit SB Nation's NCAA football hub.

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