Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo and tight ends coach John Lilly spent last Friday at Plant High in Tampa, checking on Aaron Murray, the Georgia-bound quarterback who is still on crutches after breaking his left leg on Oct. 16. "Aaron has tremendous recovery powers; he's actually way ahead of schedule in terms of the healing process, " Plant coach Robert Weiner said. "He wasn't supposed to be able to put any pressure on his ankle until three or four more weeks." Murray is still holding out hopes of returning to action this season, if Plant advances far enough in the playoffs. "You can never count out Aaron for anything, that's for sure, " Weiner said. "While we'd love to have him back out there, we're not going to do anything to endanger his college career." Georgia's coaches also witnessed arguably the best game of the season by 6-3, 227-pound tight end Orson Charles, who is highly coveted by the Bulldogs. "Orson really put on a show for Georgia, as he pretty much does every game," Weiner said. Charles is also flourishing at defensive end, but the Bulldogs want him on offense. He favors Miami over Florida, Georgia and Florida State.