If you read into recent tweets from Georgia receiver Shaquery Wilson, it appears the sophomore receiver may be leaving the Bulldog program this offseason.

After failing to register any offensive statistics over the past two seasons in Athens, while moving from receiver to running back then back to receiver, Wilson sent out these two tweets Tuesday. Read into them what you will:

A former three-star member of Georgia’s 2015 recruiting class, the last class signed by former head coach Mark Richt, Wilson hails from Miami. If he does indeed return home ‘for good’ in the coming days, it’s hard to see him continuing his playing career in Athens.

Georgia currently has four receivers committed to its latest 2017 recruiting class, so if Wilson failed to get on the field in the past, doing so against four additional Kirby Smart signees could prove to be even more difficult for Wilson next season.