The more film I see on Ohio's top junior prospects, the more I walk away in total awe. I haven't even seen the top 10 prospects in the Buckeye State so I know I'm in for a real treat.
Today, I had the chance to watch 6-foot-3, 205-pound, wide receiver, Miles Williams in action. Williams preps at Fitch High School in Youngstown, he has the total package and should have his pick of schools come February.
Williams is a big receiver with very good speed, quickness and he has the strength to beat press coverage. He also has the tenacity to catch the ball in traffic and the leaping ability to be a threat down field and in the red zone.
When scouting receivers, its so easy to get enamored with size and speed that general athletic ability sometimes gets overlooked.
Miles Williams is a terrific athlete that could play either wide receiver or safety at the next level. Look for Miles Williams to be a Midwest "Hot 100" prospect in 2003.
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