Originally written on The Lady Sportswriter  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Shaq Wiggins has been committed to the Georgia Bulldogs since last February, but the recent uptick in defensive backs for the 2013 class has Wiggins re-thinking things a bit more than Georgia fans might like to hear. “That is a lot of defensive backs,” Wiggins said. “Not corners so much but safeties. Recruiting is all a game and people recruit players for different reason. So I got to step back and look around so I don’t have any regrets. I really wasn’t worried about the other guys when they committed but I know Coach [Todd] Grantham prefers bigger corners.”  Wiggins is 5-foot-10 and 165 pounds. Despite his worries the ball hawk has not changed his mind yet. He spent last weekend in Athens.  “I am still 100 percent committed” Wiggins said. “I am looking at South Carolina, Florida and Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss. I set all my official visits but with my schedule being so busy I had to reschedule them for after the season.”   Wiggins will take official visits to Georgia on Dec. 7, South Carolina on Jan. 11, Florida on Jan. 18 and Ole Miss on Jan. 25. Some schools are not waiting on Wiggins to [...]
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