Former Louisville cornerback Shaq Wiggins announced Wednesday that he’s planning to enroll at Tennessee this summer as a graduate transfer. "I have made my decision and I will continue to finish my career at the University of Tennessee !!!!!" he tweeted. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound Wiggins chose the Vols over South Carolina and Mississippi State after traveling to Knoxville two of the past three weekends, including a visit Saturday for Tennessee’s spring-ending Orange and White Game. Wiggins, who was an honorable mention All-ACC selection in 2015 with the Cardinals, will be eligible to play during the 2017 season at Tennessee as a fifth-year senior. A former Under Armour All-American at Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga., Wiggins told GoVols247 on Friday that the Vols offer a “great situation for me” and that Tennessee “fits me.” He was scheduled to visit South Carolina this weekend, and he said Friday that he “maybe” would travel to Mississippi State in May and “maybe one more” school at some point. But after his visits with the Vols this month, he decided he had seen everything he needed to see.
Ex-Louisville CB Shaq Wiggins transfers to Tennessee
247 Sports | Apr 26