A couple weeks back, Miami (Fla.) North Miami Beach athlete Doug Wiggins took his first official visit up to Georgia. The 5-foot-11, 180-pounder was impressed with what he saw in Athens.
"It was a wonderful visit. They have great people there and love their football. Everything about the trip was great," he said. "Mostly I was able to hang around the players, go to the game and talk with the coaches. My host on the trip was Quinton Banks. He's a great guy and talked about how wonderful of a town it is."
While there, the four-star prospect was able to check out the Bulldogs game against Mississippi State.
"It was really wild there," he said. "They are a young team and have a lot of heart and get after it. They are looking at me for wide receiver and return man. From what I could see, they could use some help there. I think I could come in and make a difference for them."
Of course, the trip wouldn't be complete without a visit with the coaches.
"I got to meet with coach Martinez, Bobo and Mark Richt," he said. "Coach Richt is a wonderful guy that tells you everything upfront. He told me about his life and how he's planning to stay there for awhile. I really thought his demeanor was incredible."
Overall Wiggins enjoyed his visit to Georgia.
"Since it's been my only visit I'd rate it a 10," he said. "Everything was great, but I have nothing to compare it to yet."
Next up for the No. 19 athlete in the country is trips to Michigan and West Virginia.
"I was planning to go to Michigan on October 27th, but I'm going to reschedule that after the season," he said. "I'm also probably going to head to West Virginia on an official. I chose those two schools because they are recruiting me really hard and I like that they are showing me interest."