One of the fastest rising prospects on the west coast is Jaison Williams (6-4, 215, 4.5) from Culver City, Calif. One of reasons that Williams is seeing his stock soar through roof is his size and speed.
How many 6-foot-4 guys do know who runs the 100-meter in 10.6? Williams ran his 10.6 as a junior after running a 10.8 as a sophomore.
Williams played out of position as a tight end his junior season but he still caught 18 passes for 229 yards and one touchdown.
Williams was considered a sleeper but he’s a sleeper no more. Since Williams received his first offer from West Virginia the Mountaineers have received a lot of company. Washington was the next school in line to offer a scholarship.
Then the floodgate of offers was opened. Now Williams has offers from Michigan, Washington State, Arizona State, Oregon State and Colorado State.
Look for Williams to see is stock soar even higher as he will play wide receiver as a senior and team up with highly regarded Michael Bumpus to give Culver City high one of the most lethal duos at the wide receiver position in the state if not the nation.
Williams is a big guy who can really move and he has drawn comparisons to another tremendous wide receiver with good size and speed in Washington Husky superstar Reggie Williams. Both players are athletic and can go up to make the catch in flight.
In an earlier interview 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 then and now he’s in overdrive. There is no doubt that Jaison’s best football is ahead of him. He has such incredible potential.”