Former Georgia football player Adam Anderson was given the go-ahead Friday in an Athens court room to attend the program’s Pro Day next month on campus.

Now, it’s up to the university to permit its former star outside linebacker who is charged with felony rape to do so.

“UGA hasn’t made up its mind yet,” Anderson’s attorney Steve Sadow said in court, according to a report from the Athens Banner-Herald.

Sadow said in his court filing before the hearing that Anderson would be in Athens from March 14-16 and would stay at the Hyatt Place Hotel, but said Friday that he will now come to town for 6 to 8 hours for his workout and not stay overnight.

On Oct. 29, a 21-year-old woman went to police and alleged that she had been raped by Anderson earlier that day. On. Nov. 5, the University of Georgia announced that Anderson was suspended while the investigation took place.

A hearing scheduled to consider modifying the conditions of Anderson’s bond to allow him to take part in the March 16 Pro Day at UGA had an added element on Friday morning when the state asked the judge to revoke or modify the bond because Anderson left his hometown of Rome to train in South Florida.

Deputy Chief District Attorney Sam d’Entremont argued to the court that Anderson violated the terms of his $25,000 Nov. 17 bond that stipulated he would reside in his hometown of Rome after the fall semester ended by training for an NFL career in Deerfield Beach, Fla.

Chief Superior Court Judge Eric Norris said while Anderson’s conditions of bond barred him from the Western Judicial Circuit that includes Athens other than court proceedings—and Anderson was in court Friday—he was not constricted to staying only in Rome.

“I don’t find he’s in violation of bond,” Norris said. He said he was not under “a house arrest.”

If UGA does not permit Anderson to work out at Pro Day, he will hold a private Pro Day while NFL scouts are already in town either the day before or the day after Georgia’s Pro Day at a “close-by facility,” Sadow said.