In the recent announcement of transfers by Maryland, I spotted something potentially interesting to Noles fans. Maryland's left tackle Max Garcia (who started all 12 games last year as a true sophomore) cited his reason for transferring as wanting to move closer to his home in Georgia. He is listed as from Norcross, Georgia (Atlanta area), so it would be about 5 hours to FSU instead of 10 hours to College Park. He also was interested in FSU out of high school. Garcia would have 2 years to play 2 after sitting out a transfer season. Is there any interest on FSU's part or would this kid consider FSU as somewhere close enough to home? Considering the offensive line troubles this past year and the youth we have there, I know that the real need is for immediate help this fall. And the signings of Glauser and Watson should help there, but would you turn away a player who started a full season at left tackle? Ultimately, is it a case where by the time he sits out his transfer season Garcia is no longer that much of a help or do you think the Noles should go after Garcia?