Cardinal Authority has confirmed that a pair of high profile transfer prospects are currently visiting the University of Louisville.
Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins and Texas A&M wide receiver Jaquay Williams have received a full release from their respective schools and are now strongly considering continuing their playing career with the Cardinals program.
Teammates at Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek, the pair were both rated among the nation's best at their positions as high school seniors in 2012.Rated as four-star prospect and a member of the Scout 150, Wiggins was an Under Armor All-American when he signed with Georgia over offers from Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Ohio State and a host of others. The 5-foot-10, 165-pound corner played for U of L defensive coordinator Todd Grantham last season, starting eight games for the Bulldogs. He registered 19 tackles and 2 interceptions in 2013.
Williams was a member of the Scout 100 as a senior, originally committed to Auburn out of high school. Instead of making it to the Tigers roster, Williams played a season at Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy before signing with Texas A&M. He played in 10 games as a freshman hauling in 4 catches for 71 yards and a touchdown.
Both have three years of eligibility remaining.
Stay tuned to Cardinal Authority for the latest on their visits.