Jarrick Williams is one of the nation's top safety prospects. Williams, 6-2 and 200 pounds, recorded 52 tackles and two interceptions as a junior. He plays both safety positions for Prichard (Ala.) Blount High School but could grow into a linebacker at the next level.
"Man, I am hoping to stay at safety," Williams said. "I can cover and play down hill and make tackles. I sure hope I don't get much bigger because I would like to stay at this position. What can you do?"
According to Williams he has scholarship offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, FSU, LSU, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Clemson, and others.
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"I never thought things would happen this fast. It's crazy and seems crazy when I think about it."
Williams is undecided on when he will make his decision and on his school favorites at this time. In fact, he has only seen one school up close.
"I have seen Alabama and been to a game (versus Ole Miss). I also went to a junior day there about three weeks. They just have a great overall program and the coaches seem real cool.
"I am pretty open with everyone. Right now I just like everyone that is interested in me. I might wait and make my decision late in the process after I take my visits. Then again I could decide early. Right now I just don't know."