Bryan Williamson, a 6-foot-3, 197-pound, wide receiver from Worthington (Ohio) Thomas Worthington is emerging as one of the hottest prospects in the Buckeye state and the Midwest as well.
"All Bryan Williamson did this camp season was show he is the best wide receiver prospect in Ohio. He is a physcial specimen an ran under a 4.55 on a slow track at the Michigan State Nike Camp." Said Duane Long from Ohio's Future Stars.
Best wide receiver in Ohio? This is the same state that has Devin Jordan headed to Ohio State and Chinedum Ndukwe to Notre Dame. This gives you an idea on just how talented Williamson is.
College recruiters agree with Long's assessment and Williamson should be highly recruited in 2002. Bryan plays free safety and special teams as well as wide receiver and most schools are recruiting him as a wide out.
"I have a scholarship offers from Purdue, West Virginia, Cincinnati and Bowling Green." Williamson said.
"Pittsburgh, Purdue, Tennessee, West Virginia, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Bowling Green are recruiting me the hardest.
"I don't have any favorites right now. I'd like Clemson to get in contact with me. Florida would be a dream. I like Texas A&M but they might be too far away from home. Ohio State and Pitt would also be at the top of my wish list."
Williamson will be a three-year starter in 2002. He had 700 receiving yards on 24 catches on offense and he had 54 tackles and one interception on the defensive side of the ball as a junior.
"My goal is make the all-Ohio team this year. I also want to beat our rival (Upper Arlington) this year. We haven't beaten them in a long, long time." Williamson said.
Williamson also letters in basketball but he says that football is his sport of choice. Keep an eye on fast rising wide receiver prospect Bryan Williamson.
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