Justin Scott-Wesley on Louisville Trip

When Justin Scott-Wesley announced for the University of Georgia he never would have envisioned looking around at other schools. After a disappointing season potential coaching changes have Scott looking around.

"I am just not sure about the stability of the coaching staff right now," Scott-Wesley said.

The 6'0 200-pound wide receiver with 4.4 speed out of Camilla (GA) Mitchell County high school visited Louisville this past weekend as they hosted West Virginia. Even though Louisville was on the short end of the stick in yesterday's game Scott had a great time.

"10 out of 10," Scott said. "I loved every minute of it."

For now Scott has a few things he will focus on moving forward.

"Hitting the books and the weight room and getting ready for the next level. I have another visit set up for Maryland on December 10th."

Scott knows what he is looking for in a coaching staff.

"Stability, people I can be comfortable around who can help me and mold me into the best college football player possible."

Scott will take his official visit to Athens in December.

Scout.com Take:

Scott is an athlete that plays with no fear. He is best when going vertical because of his straight-line speed. But because of his attitude he will go across the middle for a tough catch as well. He is still learning to be a true wide receiver, so he has to work on catching the ball with consistency and running better routes, but he has the speed and athleticism to be a good one on the next level. - Chad Simmons - South Recruiting Analyst

Justin Scott-Wesley has great upside.

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