The Georgia Bulldogs got a commitment from cornerback recruit Shaq Wiggins almost a year ago.
But even Wiggins isn't quite sure if Georgia is where he'll be next year, writes Marc Weiszer of the Athens Banner-Herald:
Wiggins gave a non-binding pledge to Georgia last February.
"Right now, I'm still committed, but I can honestly say I don't really know where I will be," Wiggins said. "Just trying to get some questions answered and really seeing what schools are true for me."
Wiigins is a four-star recruit out of Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga.
ESPN ranks Wiggins as the fourth-best recruit in the state and the fifth-best cornerback in the Class of 2013.
Georgia's secondary will take a hit thanks to graduation this year. Junior cornerback Damian Swann is back, but the Bulldogs will lose Sanders Commings, Branden Smith and safeties Bacarri Rambo and Shawn Williams.
Wiggins said he was unsure, if he committed to Georgia, where he'd playing, saying, "With me already being a small guy, I have to work that much harder."
Wiggins said the No. 2 school on his list is South Carolina. He has a visit lined up to South Carolina next weekend, and will also visit Florida, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.