Williams: Depth at Wideout is a Plus

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Redshirt junior Jarvis Williams has been NC State's most consistent receiver this fall and he spoke with Pack Pride following Wednesday's practice.

Jarvis Williams

"We took the time to watch film and learned from what we were doing wrong. It was probably the first-game jitters... we know what we're capable of. We're capable of putting up a lot of stats and a lot of points on the board. That's what we're focusing on."

"The plus is the depth against the DBs that don't rotate that much. We wear them out constantly running fresh legs out on the field. I think it's a good scheme... the thing I guess is less snaps... that's the good competition we have in our receiving corps. Everybody is able to play the right amount of snaps and contribute to our offense."

"Sometimes, I guess it depends how the defense is playing, the schemes... some play soft and you're free to run. Some jump on you and you've got to get going from the start."

"There's more space... you're out on an island with the defender and less crowded. Inside you might have a linebacker on you, which is an advantage."

"Out wide you have to focus more and run your route more crispier."

"[George Bryan] has got good hands and is a good route runner for his size. He has tremendous ability and agility to move around the field and get open against defenders. I just think he's doing a great job for the offense."

"We work on [blocking] a lot. That's one of the first drills we work on during the day."

"We see they are a good team. They are out to play and want to win just as bad as us. We both need wins right now. We're just going to go out there and make sure we leave the game with a win."

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