Gainesville (FL) High defensive end Jordan Williams (6-4, 245, 4.4) showed off his speed and ability to go along with a Mohawk and purple shirt that made him clearly stand out from the rest.
"I came in kind of cold, but it worked out alright," Williams understated. "I did most of the drills pretty well."
Williams was very impressed with what he saw from Arkansas.
Williams has experienced a whirlwind in terms of recruiting after transferring from P.K. Yonge to Gainesville High.
"I have 16 offers right now," Williams said. "I would say my top five would be Arkansas, Oregon, USF (South Florida), Maryland and Louisville.
"…I came from P.K. in January and had absolutely no looks from any colleges at all," Williams said. "I came to JHS and now I have got 16 offers after the spring. It was such a drastic change."
Williams is being recruited for the Razorbacks by Arkansas assistant coach Kris Cinkovich.
"He is just a real down-to-earth guy," Williams said. "He is real easy to talk to. I call him all the time and it conversation outside of football."
Williams estimates he had 70 tackles and six sacks for P.K. Yonge and has put on 20 pounds since transferring due to Gainesville High's weight program.
He has some areas he is focused in on improving.
"Probably my aggressiveness," Williams said. "Even when the ball is not coming to my side, I am still trying to get to it. And I could probably work on slowing down and controlling my hand movements."
Williams showed off his blazing speed in drills on Saturday.
"Any advantage you can get on the O-lineman is a good advantage," Williams said. "It's just that quick five-yard burst or 10-yard burst or whatever. It just gives you such an advantage on what you can do to the O-linemen."