ATHENS — Whenever there is a coaching change, attrition is to be expected. And that’s already taking place at Georgia, where the transition is under way from head coach Mark Richt to Kirby Smart.
The latest departure is wide receiver Shaquery Wilson of Coral Gables, Fla. He tweeted Wednesday that he “can’t wait to go home.” He told UGASports.com that he wants to be closer to his infant child. There are no immediate indications that he plans to transfer to Miami, where Richt is now head coach, but that certainly would seem a possibility.
Junior quarterback Faton Bauta announced his plans to leave the program last week. Indications are at least one other player either already has left or will. Check back for possible updates on that.
Wilson is a 6-foot-1, 190-pound athlete who was recruited to play either receiver or defensive back. He started out on offense for the Bulldogs but played in only two games and did not record a catch.
Can't wait to go home
— Query wilson (@CG_QUERY7) December 10, 2015