Three star wide receiver Jaison Williams (6-4, 215, 4.5) from Culver City, Calif., was a player without a lot of fanfare going into this recruiting season but his stock has been has become as scorching as this recent California heat wave. Williams just received another offer and this team has moved to the top of the class.
The USC Trojans recently offered Williams and why not. He reminds many of Trojan sophomore Mike Williams. Both are tall and physical wide receivers who are excellent runners after the catch.
The Trojans really moved up in Williams’ eyes according to Culver City quarterbacks coach Greg Goodyear after the offer. “Jaison really likes USC,” Goodyear said. “He has the Trojans on his mind.”
That Williams can also play tight end is an added benefit for his recruitment.
Playing as a tight end his junior season, Williams caught 18 passes for 229 yards and one touchdown. Look for his stats to improve in 2003.
Lining up with four-star wide receiver Michael Bumpus will give Culver City one of the most lethal wide receiver combos in the nation.
In an earlier interview with Rivals Culver City quarterback coach Greg Goodyear said, “Jaison is a stallion. He’s improved more than anyone on our team. If you saw him as freshman, he was kind of gangly. He didn’t have the confidence and now he’s in overdrive.”
With the proliferation of the big, tall, physical wide receiver, Williams has seen his offers soar.
Though Williams was somewhat of a sleeper going into the recruiting season to recruitneks, he sure was known by recruiters.
Besides USC, Williams has offers from ASU, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Colorado State, Michigan, Virginia and West Virginia.