Jameson Williams, a 6-foot-2, 170-pound Class of 2019 wide receiver from St. Louis (Mo.) Cardinal Ritter is already starting to put together an impressive offer list.
"My first offer was Syracuse," Williams reported. "It meant a lot, I was very excited by it.
"Michigan State," Williams continued as he further assessed his offer list. "That is a really, really good school. I have been watching their school for awhile now. Illinois, that is also a really good school. I like how their offense is set and how they run their offense."
Williams has since added an additional offer from Minnesota, bringing his offer total to seven, but it is a Pac-12 school that he has on his wish list.
"My dream school since a child is the University of Oregon," Williams informed. "I really like speed schools and schools that will feature speed. It is a fast school, I am a fast guy."
Make no mistake about it, Williams believes that it is definitely his speed that sets him apart as a prospect and why the colleges have a high amount of interest in his talents.
"My speed," Williams said of his strengths. "I am a very quick receiver. I can catch it and get up field very quickly. I look up to John Ross. When he tore his ACL he bounced back and came back with a lot of speed, he is a very fast receiver. That's why I admire him."