Position– Wide Receiver
– At Skyline in Sammamish, WA, Williams had 86 receptions on 1579 yards with 21 touchdowns his senior year. (MaxPreps.com)
Style of Play– He plays physical, uses his body to make catches, but is also fast for his size. He has the ability to be a vertical threat and a red-zone threat.
Strengths– He is an amazing wide-receiver with the ability to be a go-to guy for the Huskies. Can impact a secondary by using his speed and his physicality to make plays. He is a great route-runner, and has the ability to make a catch even when the ball is not properly thrown to him.
Weaknesses– Finding his weakness at the high school level is hard because he hasn’t experienced enough high-level competition. If anything his main setback at the next level is his speed, while he has faster speed than most guys his size, he doesn’t have elite breakaway ability.
Potential– He is rated as a 5 star prospect and has the ability to be an elite wide-receiver for the Huskies and one of the best in the country if he continues to develop.
Projected Usage- He should come out as a starter his true-freshman year. Look for him to be used in a lot of packages and in a lot of ways to utilize his abilities.