The Louisville football team could soon add a pair of former four-star recruits to the team. Texas A&M wide receiver JaQuay Williams and Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins are reportedly both interested in transferring to Louisville after announcing their intentions to leave their respective schools in the spring.
Williams and Wiggins should provide significant boosts to the secondary and receiver position for the future. Wiggins was a consensus four-star recruit out of high school when he signed with Georgia last year. He played as a true freshman and is reportedly interested in Louisville due to the familiarity with defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's system. He is also drawn to the chance to play with former Georgia teammate Josh Harvey-Clemons (who is also transferring in this season).
JaQuay Williams was a four-star recruit out of high school when he signed with Auburn. After not qualifying, he attended Fork Union Military Academy he was again rated a four-star receiver when he signed and enrolled at Texas A&M last January.
Both players would have to sit out the upcoming 2014 season and would then be eligible for the 2015 season.