Three-star wide receiver Shaquery Wilson has flipped his commitment from UGA to West Virginia, EerSports has reported.
Wilson visited Morgantown this weekend and committed to play for Dana Holgorsen as a wide receiver. He was reportedly recruited by Georgia as a defensive back with a chance to play on offense.
About an hour ago, he tweeted the following picture:
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.
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.
Wilson’s de-commitment knocks the Dawgs’ 2015 class back down to 25 recruits. Georgia has five other four receivers committed for next season — Michael Chigbu, Terry Godwin (athlete), Darius Slayton, and Jayson Stanley.
The Bulldogs have now lost three previous wide receiver commitments to other schools. Christian Owens committed to South Carolina in Noovember and Van Jefferson committed to Ole Miss earlier this week.