Albert Wilson, one of Georgia State’s best football players, sent tweets on Saturday that seemed to indicate he was leaving school with a year of eligibility remaining, before later tweeting that he will decide his future after the season.
Wilson is a 5-9, 190-pound wide receiver and potentially the centerpiece on offense for whomever replaces Bill Curry next season.
From his handle, @MrKeepemFroze, he sent out a series of tweets before and after Georgia State’s 53-27 loss to Old Dominion on Saturday at the Georgia Dome, a game in which he returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and also caught a 93-yard touchdown pass (from newest to oldest in batch):
Later asked twice on twitter if he is leaving after the season ends next week at Maine, Wilson initially declined to answer yes or no. Instead, he tweeted:
#Milestone #blessed #ItsBeenReal http://instagr.am/p/RloFHMIH53/
He then tweeted: “Btw I never told anybody I was leaving… Goodnight folks”
He followed with this (before blocking me from following): “my career could continue here I gsu ill make a decision after the season..”
Wilson, a native of Port St. Lucie, Fla., entered Saturday’s game with 95 receptions for 1,789 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also had 57 kick returns for 1,358 yards.
He added six receptions, giving him 101 in his career, against the Monarchs for 149 yards and the touchdown in the fourth quarter. He returned three kicks for 156 yards, including the touchdown in the fourth quarter.
– Doug Roberson, AJC and AJC.com. Please follow me on twitter @ajcgsu