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Last week, Coral Gables (Fla.) wide receiver Shaquery Wilson picked up a Vanderbilt offer according to an assistant coach in charge of recruiting at the Miami-area school.
"Vanderbilt is a good school, but I really don't know much about them," replied Wilson. "I really just heard about them when they offered out of the blue."
Since that time Wilson said things are pretty quiet right now. He is hoping to hear from his dream school Alabama at some point over the off-season.
He reports a Syracuse offer and he says Marshall is recruiting him the hardest via the mail he receives.
"I estimate about 20 letters a day from different schools," cited Wilson. "Marshall is hitting me up the hardest. I don't know much about them either, so I want to go visit them sometime soon."
Wilson maintains if Alabama offers he will commit on the spot and save his position in their 2015 class.
As a junior, he finished the season with close to 500 yards receiving on 25 catches and six touchdowns.
Kynon Codrington is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.