Georgia WR Shaquery Wilson reportedly is headed for a community college.
As reported by 247Sports’ Ryan Bartow on Tuesday, Wilson plans to enroll at Feather River (Calif.) College in January. Bartow reported that Wilson, a former three-star prospect, was leaving Georgia on Tuesday afternoon.
Earlier Tuesday, Wilson posted tweets that indicated he was leaving Georgia’s program. The native of Coral Gables, Fla., has not played this season, and he only appeared in two games last year with no catches. He had a short stint at running back this past spring, but he moved back to wide receiver and was far down on the depth chart.