King George WR duo preview busy June visit schedule

Maryland has made King George (VA) duo Mekhai White and Chanz Wiggins priority targets dating back to last summer and with both targets looking to narrow their recruitment soon, the Terps remain in the mix for both.

Chanz Wiggins, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound wideout, has a pair of official visits set heading into next month. Wiggins is set to officially visit Virginia Tech beginning June 9 and Duke beginning June 23. Wiggins is also working on dates for official visits to both Maryland and North Carolina, though the buzz is that the Hokies and Blue Devils are jockeying for the top spot.

“I just want to get a better feel for like where I want to go,” Wiggins told IBG. “I’m planning to commit during the summer.”

Mekahi White, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound wideout, will officially visit Maryland beginning June 2 then Virginia Tech beginning June 23, though his trip to Blacksburg could change to June 9. White, who was originally planning to officially visit Georgia, is now looking to visit Oklahoma and LSU and is in the process of scheduling officials to both Michigan and Tennessee.

“I feel like these visits are really important because I plan on committing in July,” White added.

Wide receiver coach Gunter Brewer is leading the charge for both wideouts and as Maryland is set to make the top groups for both targets, Brewer’s consistency is a big reason why.

“Ever since he started talking to us, he’s been on us. he texts us every day at like 6 AM, something to start the day or something inspirational,” Wiggins added.

“He made us a priority for him. We can really help them from day one.”

The King George duo both check in within the top 20 prospects in Virginia. Chanz Wiggins is rated a three-star prospect and an 87 overall by On3, sitting as the 19th-best prospect in Virginia. Mekhai White is rated a three-star prospect and an 88 overall by On3, sitting as the 15th-best prospect in Virginia.

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