December 2, 2012

Williams' decision looms

One of the top offensive targets left on Georgia's board is former Peach State wide receiver and Fork Union (Fork Union, Va.) playmaker JaQuay Williams.

Williams, who signed with Auburn out of Sandy Creek High School as a Rivals100 prospect, didn't get into school on The Plains and was forced to go to prep school.

After visiting South Carolina this weekend and previously visiting Texas A&M and UGA, it appears that the four-star wideout is ready to make a decision.

"Jaquay had a great visit this weekend," said Williams'uncle and guardian, Kevin Ofchus in a text message to UGASports on Sunday night. "South Carolina is fantastic, making his decision all the more difficult. But a decision is forthcoming very soon. Likely within hours."

Georgia was thought to be the leader due to Williams' heavy flirtation with and rumored flip to the Bulldogs prior to National Signing day last year, but it appears that Texas A&M and now South Carolina have made a move.

With a decision likely coming sometime Sunday, it appears that three teams have a legitimate shot for Williams' signature and one guess is as good as another at the time.





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