Auburn WR commit does some thinking 

November, 15, 2012
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Wide receiver Ja’Quay Williams’ nebulous commitment to Auburn University will likely become even cloudier over the following weeks according to a source close to his family. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound wide receiver has not formally decommitted from the Tigers but he is taking visits.

“Ja’Quay is scheduled to take official visits to Texas A&M this weekend and then Georgia next weekend,” said a family member who asked to be only identified as Williams' uncle and legal guardian, and not to be named.

Williams signed with Auburn in February but did not qualify academically and later enrolled in prep school at Fork Union Military Academy. Where he will enroll in January seems to be in question. The uncertain future of the coaching staff at Auburn is one of the key issues for Williams.
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