“He’s going to go there for six months to a year,” Loretta Carlton said. “He’s still going to come to Georgia.”
Anderson needs to improve his GPA to qualify for Division I-A football under NCAA regulations, Carlton said.
“I think he’s going to be OK,” Carlton said. “Actually, he’s taking it pretty good. (Former Georgia tight end) Leonard Pope, he went there. Good things happen to kids who go there. I told him I’m not going to send him up there and leave him.”
Justin Anderson was considered a five-star player and the sixteenth-best offensive lineman in the country by Scout.com. The 6-foot-4, 315-pounder might have helped the Bulldogs right away at tackle, where depth is expected to be an issue.