RB Ready To Go

About 3/4 of the way through the season, this prospect suffered a season ending knee injury, a torn ACL. He's since been released and is participating in most of his spring drills. The UTSA Coaching Staff is watching closely.

Undoubtedly, had it not been for a knee injury, Jakorious Williams would have multiple BCS offers by now. Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU and Texas Tech were just some of the heavy hitters making strong contact last season and still are. Texas State and UTSA are now in the mix vying for the attention of the 6'0" 215lb athlete.

Some programs like him at safety, others at linebacker. The 'Runners are recruiting Williams on offense, at running back. The staff loves his size and agility being a bigger back.

Williams and his Calhoun teammates are already underway in spring practice. Just as a precaution, Williams is being held out of the contact drills, but has been 100% cleared and fully released. Even missing the final 3 games of the season and the playoffs, Williams still earned District 30-4A Most Outstanding Back.

He's waiting on his first offer as a bunch of programs have said they're really interested. Without a doubt they want to make sure he's 100% recovered and not having any ill effects from the torn ACL.

Williams did attend the UTSA junior day back in February, but was not able to attend the spring game. He continues to remain patient and weigh all of his options.

"I'm really considering any school right now. I'm just trying to get to a higher level of education and get to that next level," said Williams.

Recently at school, Williams ran a hand held time of 4.61. On the verge of timing in the 4.5's.

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