While receiver Shaquery Wilson told a website of his plans to leave, his time at Georgia is not considered over from the program's standpoint.
Wilson, a freshman from Coral Gables, Florida, told UGASports.com that he’d like to be able to be closer to his infant daughter. However, a team official stated Wednesday night that he is "not getting that same information" as it pertains to a transfer.
Wilson appeared in two games – against South Carolina and Southern – but did not record any statistics in those games. Mid-season, offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer lauded Wilson’s play in practice, although it never resulted in getting Wilson on the field.
Wilson was considered a three-star recruit according to the 247Sports.com composite.
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Wilson is the second Georgia player to transfer since the regular season ended. The first was quarterback Faton Bauta, who announced his plan to leave almost a week after Georgia’s 13-7 win over Georgia Tech.