Shaq Wiggins plans to cancel his remaining official visits and sign with Georgia on signing day on Feb. 6.
The cornerback from Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga., made that decision after an in-home visit from Georgia coach Mark Richt on Wednesday night.
“I am about to cut off all my official visits,” Wiggins told ESPN RecruitingNation. “Richt says no more.”
Wiggins, who visited South Carolina last weekend, had considered taking trips to Mississippi State and Texas A&M despite an 11-month long commitment to Georgia. But Wiggins decided to solidify his commitment to the Bulldogs by shutting down the recruiting process.
“I just feel like leading other schools on would hurt the chances of another recruit getting that scholarship,” Wiggins said, “so I just had a real conversation with my parents and decided to make my decision. I am 100 percent committed to UGA and I just feel like UGA is the place for me.”