Boarding!

Before being told by airport personnel to turn off his phone, Florida cornerback Doug Wiggins quickly stated that his five favorite programs are now Oklahoma, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia and Miami. Although he denied a leader, this was the order that he named the schools.

We caught four-star athlete Doug Wiggins (5-10.5, 185, 4.5), from North Miami Beach High School, just as he was boarding a flight to Oklahoma for his official visit to check out the Sooners. Before being told by airport personnel to turn off his phone, he quickly stated that his five favorite programs are now Oklahoma, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia and Miami. Although he denied a leader, this was the order that he named the schools.

According to previous reports, Wiggins, ranked as the No. 12 cornerback by Scout.com, will be graduating mid-term and enrolling somewhere in January, making him eligible to participate in spring practice.

He'll announce his decision on December 22. Wiggins reports a 3.0 core GPA and says he is SAT qualified.

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