Ohio State WR (24) - Jameson Williams (****)

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    Wide Receiver
    RR: 5.5
    Cardinal Ritter
    St. Louis, MO
    6'2" 160 lbs Class of 2019

    Ohio State has offered.
     
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    BREAKAWAY SPEED

    Friday, Sept. 1, marks the first time programs are allowed to contact recruits in the Class of 2019 directly. Before that, though, they had to reach out to their coaches who would then relay the news of an offer or their interest.

    One such example is St. Louis Cardinal Ritter College Prep three-star wide receiver Jameson Williams, whom the staff offered on Wednesday afternoon.

    "It means a lot to me [because it's] a very big school taking a shot at giving me another chance to play football again after high school," Williams told Eleven Warriors.

    The 6-foot-2, 160-pound Williams is considered the 52nd-best wide receiver and No. 361 prospect overall in the Class of 2019, but continues to see his stock rise after performances at the United Stars Showcase and Under Armour All-America Camp in Chicago this spring. He's picked up offers from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan State, Minnesota, Syracuse and Wisconsin in the months since.

    Williams is a star on the track, too. He recently broke former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott's state record in the 300-meter hurdle with a time of 37.28 seconds.

    Williams plans to attend a game this fall.
     
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    BOOM COMING SOON?
    One of Ohio State’s top wide receiver targets is that much closer to making a decision on his future after St. Louis Cardinal Ritter Prep four-star Jameson Williams included the Buckeyes in his Top 5 on Thursday afternoon alongside Alabama, Nebraska, Oregon and UCLA.

    The 6-foot-2, 160-pound Williams is considered the 26th-best wide receiver and No. 146 prospect overall in the Class of 2019, as he racked up 1,261 all-purpose yards and 19 touchdowns to lead the Lions to the second round of the state playoffs last season. He’s also the state record-holder in the 300-meter hurdle, as his time of 37.28 seconds last spring broke the mark set by former Buckeyes running back Ezekiel Elliott.

    Williams has made two trips to campus since wide receivers coach Zach Smith offered him a scholarship last August, must recently an unofficial visit for a spring practice in early April. The two have grown exceptionally close in the last few months, and Ohio State is widely expected to land his pledge as a result.

    “The environment and the people outside of football [really stand out],” Williams told Eleven Warriors shortly after his unofficial visit for the 48-3 win over Michigan State back in November.

    The Buckeyes are set to take three or four more wideouts this cycle to complement five-star Garrett Wilson. Williams is among the staff’s top-tier targets, right alongside Indiana four-star David Bell, Tennessee four-star Lance Wilhoite and fellow Show Me State four-star Marcus Washington. He’s set to return to campus for an official visit next Friday, June 22, and I wouldn't be surprised if he ends his recruitment that weekend despite plans to visit the other finalists.
     
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