Offers Pouring in for South Georgia Athlete

One of the top prospects in Georgia will be <b>Justin Williams</b> of Charlton County. Williams plays wide receiver and defensive back for the Indians. Offers have already started rolling in for this prospect. Who has offered Williams and who is on his early list? Find out and see him in action in this presentation by ScoutTV.

"Justin has already picked up offers from Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Florida State and Auburn," said Rich McWhorter (Charlton County Head Coach).

McWhorter added, "We expect a lot more offers to come in the next few weeks. I am getting phone calls, and he is

Justin Williams
getting letters from most schools across the country."

Williams is a prospect that plays on both sides of the ball. At 6'2 and 183 pounds, he had 810 yards on 39 catches for 11 touchdowns last season. On defense, Williams had, 33 tackles, 5 interceptions (2 returned for touchdowns) and 1 fumble recovery that he returned for a touchdown.

Williams works hard on the field and off the field. Those numbers are impressive, but it all starts on the practice field and in the weight room. Williams puts up 255 pounds on the bench, squats 345 pounds and power cleans a team high 265 pounds.

Signing day for Williams is a little less than a year away, but has already decided to trim his list a little…

"I am looking at LSU, Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Florida State and Alabama right now," said Williams. "That is the list of schools I am really looking at right now."

What are William's plans over the summer?

"I plan to attend summer camps at Florida, Florida State and Georgia."

Williams is a player that could play safety, corner or receiver in college. Where does Williams want to play?

"It doesn't really matter. I just want to make plays."

Stay tuned to for the recruitment on Justin Williams through signing day 2006.

Scott Kennedy Scouting Report: Williams is a big athlete that runs well. He has good quickness and hands, and he is dangerous with the ball in his hands. He plays wide receiver and safety, but his immediate future would be at wide receiver. While he has a good nose for the ball, he would need to improve on his tackling to play safety on the college level, but he has no such drawbacks at the wide receiver position. 

He had a game changing play in the state championship game against Buford this year. Up by seven going into the half, Buford was closing in a on a score before going to half. On fourth and one, running back Mark Stanridge coughed up the ball. A fortuitous bounce and  82 yards later, and the game was all of a sudden 20-6. Charlton County never trailed. The second half turned into the Justin Williams pitch and catch show. While the Wolves weren't going to allow Williams to beat them deep, the Indians were content with getting the ball into Williams' hands and let him pick up first downs.

Williams also had an interception that helped clinch the semi final game against Laney in the Georgia Dome.

See him in action in both games in this presentation by ScoutTV:

#4 WR/DB Justin Williams

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