Jamiihr Williams: Ram Ready

Jamiihr Williams arrived on to the recruiting scene after a strong performance at the Pittsburgh Scout.com Combine a year ago. He followed that impressive performance with a strong junior season on the field, and then impressed the recruiting analysts once again at the U.S Army Junior Combine in San Antonio, Texas.

Jamiihr Williams, a 6-foot-2, 208-pound linebacker from Trotwood-Madison High in Trotwood, Ohio was a solid player for Lima Senior High a year ago, but he and his family have decided that it was in his best interest to make a move to Trotwood.

"I am all done with my transfer to Trotwood," Williams explained of the lengthy process of moving and getting the necessary paperwork ready so he could actually be eligible to play in the new school district. "I was at my first day of school today. It was great to be there. The school is really nice. It is not as big as my other school."

Williams was not afraid of the competition at the U.S. Army Junior Combine and in fact, he earned First Team All-Combine honors after his performance. He believes his willingness to compete may be his strongest asset on the field.

"I try to get to the ball as much as I can," Williams began. "I am always going. I like getting out and trying to play the best, so I can show that I am better than them."

Williams played linebacker and quarterback at Lima Senior, but he will be concentrating solely on defense from this point on.

"I want to play linebacker," Williams said. "They project me from everything from defensive end to safety, so wherever I can play at. That is what I want."

Williams says that four schools sit atop his current list, although he remains open to all of the programs that are recruiting him.

"Right now it is out of Ohio State, Michigan, West Virginia and Florida State," Williams reported. "I go to Ohio State games and Michigan games. I try to go to all of their home games. It is about even though. I could see myself playing at Ohio State."

"The atmospheres at both schools are actually pretty close to the same. They do everything about the same. There are many fans at Michigan, and I think it may be louder. I think it is the way they may have built or designed the stadium."

"I would like to visit Florida State," he continued. "They gave me some tickets to attend a game for an unofficial visit, but I was not able to get down there."

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