Williams Earns First Two Offers

Williams Earns First Two Offers

Nick Williams may not have his name mentioned along with some of his nationally recruited teammates at the Hun School, however he is a player to keep an eye on going into his senior season. This summer he reportedly impressed at combines while playing injured and has recently picked up his first two written scholarship offers.

Nick Williams doesn't really have a true position, which is probably part of the reason he is holding just two offers right now. The 5-foot-10, 180-pound burner has a chiseled build and great speed, but colleges will have to determine this fall where they see him fitting on their team. The Princeton, N.J., product did just pick up his first two offers and talked about them with us over the weekend.

"I got offers from Army and Towson," Williams said. "I am also hearing from Delaware and Rutgers right now. I'm really hoping my senior highlights can earn me some more offers because I'd like to play at the Division I-A level."

"I like Army because it's a very prestigious institution, but I definitely need to visit there and learn more about them because I'm not sure if the service is for me or not yet. I don't want to rule anything out until I get more information."

"Towson is a program I really don't know anything about," Williams added. "I know that they like me in the slot at receiver while Army likes me as a cornerback though. I have been talking to the staff through email a good amount lately."

Williams plays cornerback, wide receiver, running back and returns kicks for The Hun School. As a junior, he made 42 tackles, seven tackles for loss, had eight pass breakups, seven interceptions, forced two fumbles and recovered two fumbles. He had 739 total offensive yards and six touchdowns. He also had 531 total return yards and scored three times.

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