Mom will join Quincy Mauger at Dawg Night 

July, 5, 2012
Last month, Quincy Mauger (Marietta, Ga./Kell) made the trip to Athens to compete at the Mark Richt Camp at the University of Georgia. The 6-foot, 199-pound safety arrived with offers from Iowa State, Navy, Ohio and UCF, and after one of the most impressive performances of the day, Mauger added another from the Bulldogs. His recruitment almost ended there, although Mauger is happy it did not.

“It was really hard not to commit when Georgia offered because of how exciting it was,” Mauger said. “But I have had some time to think about it and I feel pretty good about not basing my decision off of just that.”

In less than two weeks, Mauger plans to return to Athens to take a closer look at the academics, including the options in engineering, his intended major at the moment. He believes that he could be getting closer to ending his recruitment.
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