Shaq Wiggins scored the Georgia defense's lone touchdown in 2013. (Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
Freshman cornerback Shaq Wiggins is looking to transfer from the University of Georgia, according to the Macon Telegraph's Seth Emerson.
Wiggins started eight games for the Bulldogs last season, but Georgia's new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt has announced that all starting positions on the team's secondary are up in the air.
The Tyrone, Georgia native was a four-star recruit coming out of high school and received scholarship offers from Auburn, Florida, South Carolina, and Ohio State among others, according to Scout.com.
ELLIS: Georgia State proposes repurposing Turner Field into football stadium
Georgia head coach Mark Richt released a statement saying that Wiggins believed he needed a "fresh start" and that the program wishes the best for him.