Three-star receiver Shaquery Wilson of Coral Gables (Fla.) committed to Georgia in July, but makes it clear his options are still open and that he'll take official visits to Georgia, Arkansas, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Louisville.
"Right now, I'm still open," the 6-foot-1, 189-pound Wilson said. "I'm talking to my dad and seeing what school is good for me. I'd say I'm about 85-percent committed."
Wilson added that he keeps in contact with Georgia regularly.
"Everything is good with me and coach Pruitt," he said. "I just talked to him the other day and he asked me If I was still there and I told him I'm still there, everything's good."
Wilson said he chose Georgia because of its talent from Florida, and because of family connections.
"It's a good school with a lot of talent and a lot of talent from Florida," he said. "I know Isaiah McKenzie and Sony Michel and the talent level is good for right now, so that's big. I've got family there too - my brother lives in Atlanta."
Wilson said he didn't have a favorite from the other schools he plans on officially visiting and has shifted his focus from recruiting for the time being.
"Basically, I'm just focusing on my senior year in high school and trying to do everything I can for my team," he said.
Last season, Wilson finished with 560 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns.
Adam Krohn is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.