Three star wide receiver Jaison Williams (6-4, 220, 4.5) from Culver City, Calif., may be giving schools another reason to recruit him. Williams already known for his versatility on offense has added stalwart defender to his resume.
Williams is playing on both sides of the ball as a wide receiver/linebacker and he has been so impressive as an outside linebacker that he could easily play defense if wide receiver or tight end doesn’t work out.
“On defense, Jaison has played beyond our expectations,” Culver City quarterback coach Greg Goodyear. “Williams has been a man child out there. He is just stuffing plays.”
Williams has offers from USC, Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Nebraska, Colorado, Colorado State, Michigan, Virginia and West Virginia.
Williams is planning on tripping to Michigan, USC, Washington and Oregon.
If Tennessee offers, there is a good chance that the Vols will get his fifth and final visit.
Williams hasn’t really had a chance to show of his offensive skills this season because starting junior quarterback (and someone to watch for next season) Kris Cueva (6-3, 215, 4.8) was nursing a concussion.
Cueva was replaced four star wide receiver Michael Bumpus (6-0, 185, 4.5) and Culver City has become a running team. Williams has been able to help the offense as a blocker.
With Cueva returning this week Culver City's high octane should be back in gear and that is going to be good news for Williams and the rest of the Culver City offense.
Williams is one of those players that bring a lot to the table and his versatility is making him an even bigger recruit.