Jameson Williams Publicizes Switch: Faculty Soccer World Reacts
Former top 100 recruit Jameson Williams left Ohio this off-season for one reason: season. He hopes his next home will provide the opportunities he is looking for.
Williams participates in Nick Saban’s championship program in Tuscaloosa. The talented recipient announced his intention to move to Alabama on Monday.
The Crimson Tide lost DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle, two of college football’s top receivers last season, to the NFL Draft over the weekend. They need more stars in the location, and Williams may fit the bill.
The former horse chestnut has a good chance of earning plenty of playing time for Alabama. Those odds were much lower in the state of Ohio, which some believe will have the best receiving unit in college football for the coming season.
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– jamo (@bigsgjamo) May 3, 2021
Jameson Williams’ transfer decision was based on his relationship with Nick Saban and Alabama reception coach Holmon Wiggins.
“It’s Bama because I felt the need and the need for my skills from Coach (Nick Saban) as he explained everything to me,” Williams told 247Sports. “And I also had a great relationship with Coach (Holmon) Wiggins from the past few years. He made it definitely feel like a place I could be. “
It is not too often that a player leaves such a prominent program for another top notch program. The college football world is quite shocked by Williams’ decision. It also shows how deep and talented the Ohio State receiving unit is.
Jameson Williams moved to Alabama.
Mookie Cooper switched to Mizzou.
The SEC, which receives wire transfers from the state of Ohio, is further evidence of how deep this space is.
– RJ Young (@RJ_Young) May 3, 2021
Jameson Williams walks into the room in Alabama WR and I assume it goes well with it.
– Josh Pate @ (@LateKickJosh) May 3, 2021
Why Jameson Williams is a Notable Pickup for Alabama:
– Former top recruit who acted as a starter for a playoff team.
– Gives high speed to the Alabama-wide reception room. Is the Missouri record holder in the 300 hurdles averaging 17.7 meters per catch in Ohio State.
– Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) May 3, 2021
Saban is likely to win a natty with Jameson Williams only to continue his trolling of the Ohio state.
– Johnny Bullet🎙 (@ScarletGreatJL) May 3, 2021
We have a feeling that one day Jameson Williams will reunite with the Buckeyes, but as an opponent. We look forward to seeing Williams on the Alabama offensive in the coming season.