What I Learned Watching: Jamyest Williams

POWDER SPRINGS - Matt DeBary takes a look at Archer ATH Jamyest Williams.

Archer ATH Jamyest Williams is a versatile athlete who played CB, KR, Slot WR, and even some RB at times on Friday night vs. Sandy Creek. He is not the biggest guy, but showed quickness with the ball in his hands. I was not impressed with him at corner, as he let some guys get behind him on two separate occasions, both leading to big plays, and one going for a touchdown. Williams also missed multiple tackles.

He doesn’t look like an SEC type player, but will definitely play college ball in Division 1. He is very athletic, and has the potential to be a solid WR at the next level. He has big play potential, and Archer tried to get him the ball throughout the game. One play impressed me in the 1st quarter when Williams jumped high for a ball in traffic and used his strong hands to secure the catch after being hit hard by Javon Jackson of Sandy Creek. He also had a couple of catches on swing routes, each going for about 10-15 yards. He showed good agility on short passes and kick returns, making defenders miss and getting an extra 5 yards.

Overall, Williams is good player on offense for Archer--a guy they really like with the ball. He started at corner also, but did not stand out at all on defense. I was a little surprised with his offer list so far, especially at CB, but being a 2017 kid, he has plenty of time to get better. He is a very good player for only being a Sophomore.

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