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Do Huskies lead for Georgia DB

It was a busy summer for two-star College Park (Ga.) Woodward Academy safety Quincy Wolff as he set out to travel the country in hopes of earning his first big-time offer.
After stops at Boston College, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Duke and North Carolina, Wolff finally achieved his goal when Connecticut pulled the trigger after an impressive camp performance.
"I liked working out with the coaching staff and I liked the facilities," Wolff said. "They impressed me."
Wolff said the Huskies coaches have told him they like his skill set and how he could fit into the defensive system.
"They think I'd be a good fit at safety," he said. "They liked how I was physical at the line, they liked my coverage skills and they like how I was able to take something new and learn it quickly and be able to execute. They were impressed with me and I was impressed with them."
Wolff said the Huskies have been in regular contact but they're not overbearing when it comes to pressuring him for a commitment right now.
Wolff also has several Ivy League schools showing interest and said it might come down to an academic decision when it comes time to make a college commitment.
"I want to go to a school where I have the academic and athletic fit," he said. "UConn has the major I'm looking for. I want to see some more academic info to see how I'll fit in academically."
With schools like Vanderbilt and Boston College still showing interest Wolff said he's likely going to stay patient through the fall.
"I'd like to wait until after the season to make a decision," he said. "I don't want to have to worry about it during the year. I want to be able to focus on my team and our season."
While his visit plans are still up in the air he said UConn will receive an official visit, likely later on in the fall.