Georgia receiver tweets that he’s ‘going home … for good’

Shaquery Wilson did not play this season, after seeing the field in two games as a freshman.

ATHENS — Georgia sophomore receiver Shaquery Wilson posted a couple tweets Tuesday morning that would indicate he’s leaving the program.

Wilson, a native of Coral Gables, Fla., tweeted: “Going home today for good.” A short time later he added: “Time to do what’s best for my family and me.”

There was no elaboration, and no immediate comment from the team. Georgia begins bowl practice on Wednesday in Athens.

Wilson also toyed with leaving after last season, but elected to stick it out. He hasn’t seen the field yet this season, after playing in two games last year, not catching a pass. He briefly moved to running back this past spring, but ended up back at receiver, where he remained far behind on the depth chart.

Listed at 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds, Wilson was a three-star prospect (per the 247Sports Composite) coming out of Coral Gables High School.

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