WR Shaquery Wilson flips commitment back to UGA
Three-star wide receiver Shaquery Wilson has flipped his commitment from West Virginia back to UGA and he will sign with the Dawgs.
Coral Gables' Shaquery Wilson has a late change of heart and picks Georgia over West Virginia. @AndreMHsports pic.twitter.com/0qic4IkLKb
— Darren Collette (@DRC2828) February 4, 2015
Wilson (6-2, 200) committed to the Bulldogs at Dawg Night last July. At the time, he also had scholarship offers from Arkansas, Indiana, Louisville, Northern Illinois, Purdue, Syracuse, UCF, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Last week, Wilson flipped his commitment to West Virginia, in part because they offered him as a wide receiver. Georgia recruited him as a defensive back, but they reportedly told him he can play on offense.
Rivals.com rates Shaquery Wilson as a three-star recruit, the No. 22 athlete, and No. 61 overall in the State of Florida.
In the 247Sports composite rankings, Wilson is rated a three-star prospect, the No. 36 safety, and the nation’s No. 524 overall player.
UGA Signing Day 2015