Narada Williams helped lead Douglas County to an 11-1 record last season, and he has the physical ability to have a huge senior year. Williams checks in at 6-4 and 205 pounds with a 4.6 forty. He plays wide receiver and linebacker in high school, but he may be moved on the next level.
"Coaches are talking to me about playing defensive end right now," said Williams. "I went to the Nike Camp at Auburn, and I'm going to the Georgia and Georgia Tech camps in July. I haven't gotten any offers yet, but I'm hearing a lot from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Arkansas, Auburn, Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Illinois, Valdosta, and Vanderbilt. My Top 5 right now would be Auburn, Georgia, Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, and Georgia Tech."
Williams is a standout basketball player and a good student as well. "I have good speed, and I use my height as a strength. I have good vision on the field. I'm going to work on my strength and speed this summer."
Williams is a tall and fast athlete with excellent academics, and he'll earn a scholarship offer before all is said and done.