One thing is for sure, whenever a college football program makes a coaching change, players make a change too. Such is the case with Georgia right now after moving on from the Mark Richt era.
Georgia’s latest players to announce his transfer is wide receiver Shaquery Wilson of Coral Gables, Fla. He tweeted Wednesday that he “can’t wait to go home.”
Wilson told UGASports.com that he wants to be closer to his infant child.
There has been no word yet if he is going to follow Richt to Miami, but it would not be a surprise. Wilson played in two games this season for the Bulldogs, although he did not record any catches.
Junior quarterback Faton Bauta announced his plans to leave the program last week, and there are rumors that at least one more player has plans to leave the program.
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