The Michigan Wolverines hosted wide receiver/defensive end Jaison Williams (6-4, 220, 4.5) from Culver City, Calif., this weekend and he’s on his way back home from the trip. According to his mother his flight home has been delayed because of the devastating fires that are currently raging in Southern California.
Williams did call home and to his coach this weekend. Needless to say he was very impressed by the excitement of the “Big House”.
Both his mom and his Culver City quarterback coach Greg Goodyear told Rivals.com that Williams really enjoyed his trip.
“Jaison called us from the stadium on Saturday,” Goodyear said. “You could tell he was really enjoying the atmosphere.”
Though Williams was real fired up about his time in Ann Arbor and was totally excited about the experience of seeing a game in the big house he has not committed.
“Jaison will come back home and we will discuss this as a family,” William’s Mom said. “We will talk about it as a family.”
Williams was very close to committing to USC this past summer when the Trojans first offered but he thought better of it. He wanted to make sure that he didn’t any stone unturned.
Williams has another visit scheduled to Washington on December 12th and the word is he will take all of his trips before deciding on a school.
Whoever lands this talent will be getting a player who brings a full meal to the table. If wide receiver doesn’t work out he could end playing tight end or on the defensive side of the ball.
“Jaison has been a man this season,” Goodyear said. “He has been dominating on both sides of the ball.”
Besides USC and Michigan Williams also have offers from Arizona State, Colorado State, Michigan, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, and West Virginia.
Rivals.com has ranked Williams as the nation’s number 39 wide receiver prospect, he also a member of Rivals.com’s California top 100 team and is ranked as the Golden State’s number 43 prospect and Rivals.com has also honored Williams at the number 57 prospect at any position for its Super West 60 team.