Have you shifted your focus to the 2022 class and beyond? Well, the head coach of Alabama Nick Saban and the staff does not. On Monday, Crimson Tide added a broadband transfer to Ohio Jameson Williams,, a former Top1
“This is Bama because I felt the desire and the need for my skill from the coach (Nick Saban) because he explained everything to me, “Williams told BamaOnLine. “I also had a great relationship with the coach (Holmon) Wiggins from previous years. It definitely made me feel like a place I could be. “
Include the fact that Crimson Tide has seen four broad receivers selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in the last two years, and there has been a lot of intrigue when it comes to Bama.
“It’s just an added motivation that this could be me in the near future,” Williams said, reflecting on UA’s ability in the NFL.
Alabama is recruiting Williams hard from high school. Tide was the best choice for the Missouri local before he eventually settled on the Buckeyes.
“A few years ago, during my recruitment, I saw how the program was being implemented, and I really knew this was the place I could be,” Williams said. “As I looked back, this played a big role (in my decision now).”
What should UA fans expect from the last addition to the program?
“Everything I have,” Williams said.
The 6-foot-1.5, 169-pound was rated as the No. 13 receiver and No. 82 overall player in the country, according to industry-generated 247Sports Composite Rankings. At Columbus last season, Williams caught nine assists for 154 yards and two results. It was ranked No. 4 available for a broadband receiver for 247 sports.
This was Williams’ assessment from 247Sports, leaving high school:
“Tough and weak at the moment. Solid height and length, but still has to fill his frame. Exceptional explosiveness and speed. One of the fastest players in the country with time on the track to support him. Eats the cushion quickly and is liquid In his breaks, he can make cuts without having to suffocate too much, he can make short passes and walk the distance from any place on the field, he is also a dangerous person to come back, he still has to become stronger, which will help his block to improve and his ability to overcome outdoor play, but he shows balance and elusiveness outdoors.He is not just a straight man.Designs as a child who can sometimes enter the slot or play out, but will be a playmaker and a scoring threat every time he touches the ball in college.It is currently being projected as a potential project choice for the second day (2nd-3rd round), but may go higher, if you add the required part and strength.
He has three years left to participate.
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