Shaquille Wiggins, a three-star cornerback from Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek who verbaled to Georgia in February, said on Wednesday that while he remains committed to the Bulldogs he now is looking at what other schools have to offer.
"I'm still committed, but I really can't put a percentage on it," Wiggins told Rivals.com. "I really can't call it 100 percent or 85 percent. I can't call it any percentage right now. I'm just looking at all my options."
According to Wiggins, Florida and Ole Miss, two schools he recently camped at, are recruiting him the hardest. He said he is taking a long look at both, along with Clemson and Tennessee, two programs he hopes to also check out this summer.
Right now, the Gators are running second with Ole Miss third.
"My recruiting is going good," Wiggins said. "I'm really liking Florida right now. I camped there [over the weekend] and it went great. I got to know more about Coach [Will] Muschamp. I hung out with [defensive backs coach Travaris Robinson] basically the whole day. He kind of took me around, and showed me every aspect of what Florida had to offer."
Wiggins was at Ole Miss on June 1 for camp.
"I like where they'd have me in their defensive scheme," Wiggins said. "Coach [Wesley] McGriff is the cornerbacks coach [and co-defensive coordinator]. He's an exciting coach. He's kind of like a teammate."
For months, Wiggins has been active in trying to help Georgia, which currently has the No. 3 recruiting class for 2013, land commits. Because of that, it is somewhat surprising to hear that he seems to be wavering a little.
The question is, what changed?
"I don't know," Wiggins said. "Things are kind of getting un-fun with the recruiting process. It's not really fun anymore. With me going into my senior year, it's getting real serious. I just got off the phone with [Rivals100 athlete] Derrick Henry. We were just talking about the recruiting process, and he was saying the same thing as me. It's getting hard deciding, making the right decision."
Wiggins thinks the wise thing to do is take a step back and evaluate everything.
"That's something I should have done at first," Wiggins said. "I should have taken my visits first and decided then."