According to a report by Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, former Maryland offensive lineman Max Garcia is interested in resuming his college football career with the Georgia Bulldogs. The Florida Gators also reportedly have interest in the 290-pound lineman, who will have two years of eligibility left after sitting out the 2012 season.
Carvell relayed the following comments from Garcia: I'm definitely excited about Georgia being interested in me, and my mother is really happy about it as well. I've always considered Georgia since high school. It just never really worked out the first time around. They liked me out of high school. They just wanted me to go to a summer camp, and I was never able to make it up there.
I'd definitely consider committing. Being so close to home, it would be a great opportunity for me. I'm also going to open it up to other interested schools. I want to try to find the best situation for me - as far as being close to home, with what I want to study and how much offensive line depth there is.
Garcia hopes that a fresh start will help his football career in the near future.
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