Have you shifted your focus to the 2022 class and beyond? Head Coach Alabama Nick Bun And employees are not On Monday, Crimson Tide added the Ohio State wide receiver transfer. Jameson Williams, The former Top100 recruits in the 2019 class from St. Louis as he committed to UA on his social media accounts in Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Florida, Michigan State, USC and Michigan Williams attended. With a wide receiver for the UA this round includes a five star rating too Jacory BrooksExcellent A-Day Agiye Hall, Florida Products Christian LearyAnd Texas Star Joe Jo Earl.
“It’s Bama because I feel the need and need of my skills from the coach (Nick Bun) As he explained everything to me, “Williams told BamaOnLine,” and I have a very good relationship with the coaches. (Holmon) Wiggins From previous years He definitely makes it feel like the place I can be. ”
Throw in the fact that the Crimson Tide has seen four wide receivers chosen in the first round of NFL Draft over the past two years, and there has been a lot of intrigue when it comes to Bama.
“It’s just an additional incentive that could be me in the future,” Williams said, pondering the UA’s NFL talent.
Alabama heavily recruited Williams from The Tide High School as the top pick for the Missouri native before he eventually picked the Buckeyes.
“Back a few years ago, during my recruitment, I saw how the project was run and knew that this was the place I could be,” Williams said. Important role (In my decision now) “
What should UA fans expect from the show’s latest add-on?
“Everything that I have,” Williams said.
The 6-foot, 1.5, 169-pound receiver is rated as the 13th wide receiver and the 82nd overall player in the country according to the industry-built 247Sports Composite ratings. In Columbus’ last season, Williams scored nine hits over 154 yards and two points. He has a wide receiver rating for data transfers, ranked 4 per 247Sports.
Here is Williams’ assessment of 247Sports who dropped out of high school:
Slim and skinny at the moment, stable height and length. But it still had to fill his frame, blazing blast and great speed, one of the faster players in the country with track time to back up, it was fast-paced and was. The fluids during his break can be cut without the need for excessive throttle, able to deliver short passes and go a long way from anywhere on the pitch.Plus, the Dangerous comeback has to be stronger, which helps his block. Better and he The ability to destroy tackles in the open field. But he shows balance and incomprehension on the open pitch as well, he is not just a straight-line guy, he thinks as a kid who can get into the box all the time or play outside, but it will be a playmaker. He is currently setting up a project as a potential second-day picker (round 2-3), but could be higher if he adds the amount and stamina needed. ”
He has three years left.
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