ESPN 300 cornerback Reggie Wilkerson (Citra, Fla./North Marion) admits there was a little back-and-forth chatter between he and Gator commits Nick Washington (Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian) and Ahmad Fulwood (Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenny) during the flight to The Opening in Oregon.
"I sat next to Tramel Terry and we sat in front of Nick Washington and Ahmad Fulwood," Wilkerson said. "You know there was plenty of talk going on. Those guys love to get things started."
The Opening is the start of a busy month for Wilkerson. He will be visiting Athens for Dawg Night and staying through the weekend. He is also scheduled to participate in Gridiron Kings at the end of the month.
The 6-foot, 170-pound senior also has designs on earning a spot to the Under Armour All-America Game.
"I really want to go to that game because my former teammates, Sean Price and Latroy Pittman, were in that game and they loved it," Wilkerson said. "A lot of good Georgia commits have played in the Under Armour as well."
Wilkerson also says that he has cut off communications with any other school since the middle of June and is completely focused on his future at Georgia.
"I just to end any sort of speculation because I'm happy with Georgia and they have been with me from the start," Wilkerson said. "I want to just focus on my future as a Bulldog."
Before Wilkerson gets started with that future he will finish up a high school career that will see him play 4 or 5 different positions for North Marion. He started his career at quarterback but now plays wide receiver, running back, defensive back and safety.
As Georgia he'll be squarely focused on playing cornerback.
"As much as I like doing a little bit of everything in high school I can't wait to focus on one position, Wilkerson said. "I feel like all my experience at quarterback and wide receiver will help me at cornerback when I get to Georgia."