OT Williams; Hearing From Four

Tallahassee (Fla.) Rickards High School class of 2015 offensive tackle Jordan Williams is on the radar of at least four FBS programs. The 6-foot-4 and 282-pound junior believes his first offer may come from an American Athletic Conference program.

Tallahassee (Fla.) Rickards High School offensive tackle Jordan Williams is starting to receive interest from several FBS programs. The 6-foot-4 and 282-pound junior thinks he also may be close to his first scholarship offer.

"Recruiting has been going very well actually. I have been hearing from Troy, Cincinnati and Middle Tennessee. I have been getting a lot of invitations to camps over the summer, Miami (Fla.), Michigan and a bunch of others," said Williams about his recruitment.

The rising senior says that all three schools like the same things about him.

"They said they love my film, how I come off the ball, how I finish plays and block through the whistle," Williams said.

The future college guard or center thinks he knows who is first FBS offer may come from.

"Cincinnati has informed my coach (Rickards head football coach Quintin Lewis) that they were close to offering," the big lineman explained.

One in-state program watched Williams practice this past week and plans on keeping tabs on him this spring and fall.

"FAU was at the scrimmage and they liked how I looked today," said Williams who also learned of the Owls interest from his head coach.

When asked what the strength of his game at this point in his development, Williams was quick to answer.

"The strength of my game, I think I am a wonderful pass blocker," answered the lineman.

Florida A&M, Jacksonville and Stetson have also expressed interest in Williams according to his head coach.

Please check back with Scout.com for future updates on Jordan Williams.

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