"I talked to Coach [Mark] Richt right before we came out here to The Opening and he told me to keep an eye on the commitments and to make sure they are all Georgia," said a laughing Shaquille Wiggins.
"I told him I would take of everything and we are all having a great time. I have been around Tray Matthews a lot and talked to Tramel Terry, Brice Ramsey, and all the guys out here. We are having a lot of fun."
Like many of the committed prospects across the country, he too will be visiting other schools. His commitment to UGA is a strong one, but he stills wants to explore his options.
"I think I will be visiting Auburn, Clemson, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, and Florida at some point. It may be in July or may be later. I know I will be at Florida for Friday Night Lights though in late July."
The doesn't mean the four-star cornerback out of Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek is backing off of his commitment to the Dawgs in any way though.
"I am 100-percent committed to Georgia, there is no doubt about that, but I still want to take some visits," he said.
Wiggins is currently the no. 10 cornerback in the country according to Scout.com.
The Opening: Shaquille Wiggins
CUTigers.com Top Stories
Inside the Matchup: Clemson vs Florida StateThe Tigers and Seminoles face off with CFP implications on the line
Scout CFB11:11 AM
TUESDAY DABO PC AND INTERVIEWSCUTigers was at the Clemson West Zone on Tuesday for Dabo Swinney's weekly press conference and interviews with Brent Venables, Christian Wilkins, Jadar Johnson and Kendall Joesph.
CUTigers.comYesterday at 12:00 PM
Updated Scout 300 Trend Meter For 2017The updated Scout 300 Trend Meter for the 2017 class takes a look at which schools are trending for each uncommitted member in the Scout 300.
Scout FootballYesterday at 5:40 AM
RECRUITING RADARIn our weekly Recruiting Radar, CUTigers Recruiting Analyst Gary McDaniel updates you on the latest news and intel on the Clemson recruiting front!
CUTigers.comMonday at 3:20 PM