Redshirt freshman wide receiver Uriah LeMay will transfer from UGA, head coach Mark Richt announced in a statement Tuesday.
LeMay, who signed with the Dawgs in February 2013, redshirted last season and never played for the Bulldogs.
“Uriah made the decision in order to have a better opportunity for playing time,” said Richt. “He has our best wishes in achieving all his goals as a student and athlete.”
Back in March, LeMay was arrested and charged with four misdemeanor counts of Theft by Deception. The charges stemmed from LeMay and three others depositing checks using a Wells Fargo mobile app and then later cashing the checks in person at SunTrust Bank.
LeMay is the fourth Bulldog to depart Athens this year. Last week, it was announced that Shaq Wiggins was transferring. Defensive back Josh Harvey-Clemons was dismissed from the team in February, and last month UGA announced that outside linebacker Paris Bostick was transferring.
Uriah LeMay’s older brother Christian left the Bulldogs for Jacksonville State back in December.