What it means: That UGA has a powerful down-the-field threat at receiver. That’s something the program hasn’t truly had since 2012. Chris Conley could have provided more of that in 2014, but Hutson Mason struggled in that part of the passing game. Still, with Wims comes a major opportunity for the starting QB - whoever he may be. The Bulldogs needed receiver help right away, and they got just that with Wims. Now it’s time to start developing and utilizing the talent in the passing game to get results. Wims could be a major factor in that this coming fall.
Greg Powers says: Wims is a prototypical outside receiver. He has great size--listed at 6‘4, 212 on the Hinds roster--and believe it or not he plays even bigger. He can stretch the field, and his highlight reel is littered with plays that showcase his superior set of hands and catching skill, and it is that special ability that puts him on an elite level. He should be an immediate difference making presence when he steps on an NCAA field.