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Coral Gables (Fla.) wideout Shaquery Wilson has picked up a Vanderbilt offer according to an assistant coach at the Miami area school. Wilson's coach told him about the offer earlier today and he said he wasn't really expecting it.
"It feels good because I didn't know I would get one from them," noted Wilson. "It's another big time program showing interest in me. Vanderbilt is a good school and they are having a good season. They play in the SEC and that is where the best players are at."
Wilson holds a BCS offer from Syracuse and says he is hearing from Alabama, Florida State, and Michigan.
Although his school is just down the road from the University of Miami he hasn't been in contact with the 'Canes too much this fall. He attended a practice earlier in the season and spoke to running backs coach Hurlie Brown.
Over the summer he wants to check out Alabama because he couldn't make it to their camp due to a family obligation.
"Growing up I liked Alabama," stated Wilson. "They are a winning program with good tradition. One of my favorite receivers plays for them. I like Amari Cooper. He is from my neighborhood too."
At 6-foot-3, 190-pounds he has the size to create mismatches against smaller defensive backs in one-on-one situations. Wilson compares himself to Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall.
This fall, Wilson has caught 22 passes for 408 yards and four touchdowns to help lead his team to the regional semifinals of the Class 8A playoffs.
Kynon Codrington is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.