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Shaq Wiggins and JaQuay Williams transfer to Louisville

In this Nov. 23, 2013 file photo, Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins (6) celebrates with fans after defeating Kentucky 59-17 in an NCAA college football game in Athens, Ga. Wiggins has been released on bail following his arrest for driving with a suspended license. According to Athens-Clarke County police spokeswoman Hilda Sorrow, Wiggins was pulled over Sunday night, Jan. 12, 2014, for speeding after he was clocked driving 52 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone. Sorrow says the arresting officer's routine check on Wiggins' license found Wiggins failed to appear in court on an earlier charge, resulting in the license being suspended
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FILE - In this Nov. 23, 2013 file photo, Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins (6) celebrates with fans after defeating Kentucky 59-17 in an NCAA college football game in Athens, Ga. Wiggins has been released on bail following his arrest for driving with a suspended license. According to Athens-Clarke County police spokeswoman Hilda Sorrow, Wiggins was pulled over Sunday night, Jan. 12, 2014, for speeding after he was clocked driving 52 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone. Sorrow says the arresting officer's routine check on Wiggins' license found Wiggins failed to appear in court on an earlier charge, resulting in the license being suspended. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)

Former Georgia DB Shaq Wiggins and former Texas A&M WR JaQuay Williams are heading to Louisville.

Wiggins tweeted the news Thursday afternoon.

The high school teammates are both former four-star recruits according to Rivals and are transferring after their freshman seasons.

Wiggins started eight games last year for Georgia but decided to transfer after reportedly being concerned with potential playing time in 2014 after spending part of spring practice with Georgia's third-team defense. He had 19 tackles and two interceptions in 2013.

At Louisville, he'll be reunited with former Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, who left to join Bobby Petrino's staff with the Cardinals. He'll also be joining former Georgia teammate Josh Harvey-Clemons. Harvey-Clemons transferred to Louisville after he was dismissed from Georgia in February after multiple violations of team rules.

Louisville will be the third school Williams has pledged his future to. In 2012, he committed to Auburn but spent the season at a military school. After 2012, he committed to Texas A&M, where he had four catches last season.

The two players join four SEC transfers on Louisville's roster, including former Auburn RB Michael Dyer.

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