Folkston (Ga.) Charlton County is just a quiet little town in the South Georgia Swampland, but it has produced some great players over the years including Boss and Champ Bailey. Last year it was Florida State signee Justin Mincey and this year it's the same first name, but different postion in wide receiver/defensive back Justin Williams.
"I already have offers from Florida State, Florida, Georgia Tech and LSU," Williams said. "Alabama and Georgia are also recruiting me really hard and may be about to offer soon."
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Williams, who runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds, is in no hurry to make a decision, but has his eye on one team early.
"Right now Florida State is my favorite," Williams said. "I am also looking at Georgia, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Florida and LSU. I went to the Florida-LSU game this year, but that was the only one. I got invited to games at Georgia, Alabama and Florida State, but I never could make it."
The multi talented Williams is an ace on both sides of the ball, but most college coaches have a sport already picked out for him.
"When coaches have come by the school and I've talked to them they say they like me at defensive back," Williams said. "They always ask me which one I want to play and I would rather play wide receiver, but that is not something that is going to factor into my decision."
Williams earned all-county, all-area and all-state honors as a junior and was also named the Rivals.com Junior All-American team. He also helped lead his team to the class 2A state title.
"I really want to play early wherever I go," Williams said. "I feel like I can contribute if I work hard no matter where I go. I would also like to stay close to home. Justin (Mincey) and I are like best friends, but he hasn't really been pushing me to FSU. They were the school I loved growing up as a kid."