The University of Georgia has again offered Carver quarterback Devin Burns a scholarship, but the senior is sticking to his commitment to Maryland, according to Carver coach Dell McGee.
Georgia coach Mark Richt spoke with Burns and his family over the phone on Monday night, and Georgia assistants Mike Bobo, Jon Fabris, John Lilly and Stacy Searels traveled to Columbus on Tuesday to speak with Burns in person, according to McGee.
The quarterback was at the center of a recruiting controversy earlier this season when a Georgia coach notified Burns, who was in Athens, Ga., with the intent to commit to the Bulldogs, that his original offer had been rescinded. Carver coach Dell McGee then said Georgia was no longer welcome on campus, and Burns committed to Maryland shortly thereafter.
Burns was not available for comment after school Wednesday.
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