Signee Spotlight: Jonathan Williams
Scout.com Rating: Three-star
Scout.com Rank: No. 180 Wide Receiver
Size: 6-foot-4, 300-pounds
Hometown: Mays High School, Atlanta, Ga.
Projected Position: Wide Receiver
Stats: 56 receptions for 783 yards and eight touchdowns.
Commit Date: 9/11/2011
Recruiting Competition: Vanderbilt
Why Wake Forest: "He said the biggest reason was the staff, specifically Coach Galloway. Lonnie's a coach who recruits our area. Jonathan formed a close relationship with him during the recruiting process. He could see a lot of similarities with himself and Coach Galloway as far as the roads they've traveled. So he felt comfortable committing [to Wake Forest] especially knowing he (Galloway) would be his position coach."- Dominic Calloway
Strengths/Improvements: "A three-year starter who continued to improve each year and developed into a big playmaker for us." - Dominic Calloway
Dominic Calloway (Mays): "What I saw most was the improvement he made in his route-running. He learned how to read coverages and a knack for getting open either by creating separation with his speed or using his outstanding leaping ability."
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