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UGA receiver transfers to Charlotte


Former Georgia receiver Uriah Lemay is transferring to Charlotte, per

Lemay, who informed Georgia last week he would transfer to seek more playing time, was rated as a three-star member of the Bulldogs’ 2013 recruiting class. The native of Matthews, N.C. — a suburb of Charlotte — redshirted last fall for Georgia.

Lemay was one of four Georgia players charged with theft by deception in a check-cashing scheme — the players attempted to cash stipend checks from Georgia multiple times. Lemay was charged with four counts of theft, and may have faced a suspension if he were convicted.

Charlotte is in the process of becoming an FBS school, with a move to Conference USA slated for 2015.

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3 Responses to “UGA receiver transfers to Charlotte”
  1. birdcen says: May 19, 2014 10:13 AM

    Good luck to this young man….if you know your not going to play transferring is the best option.

  2. stoicpaisano says: May 19, 2014 10:49 AM

    Preacher LeMay says his kids are “gud boyz” despite Christian transferring from HS due to an alleged sexual assault and Uriah spending time in bracelets. Of course, neither player were able to stay in the good graces of Richt/UGA.

  3. mlblogsacubbieperspective says: May 19, 2014 12:34 PM

    Surprise by this. Lambert has already chased a few guys out of the Charlotte program for legal issues. Seems unusual to bring one in with a history of problems already.

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