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UGA Visitor Note: 5-Star Alabama Commit Visiting Georgia This Weekend

October 3, 2023

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ATHENS - With the No.1 ranked Georgia Bulldogs hosting the 5-0 and No.20 ranked Kentucky Wildcats this weekend, you can expect another massive visitor list in Athens.

One major visitor coming to town is elite wide receiver, Ryan Williams‍, who confirmed to Dawg Post this week that he’ll be taking in the game inside Sanford Stadium A freak athlete with elite speed and ball skills, sources tell Dawg Post that Williams is the best wide receiver to come out of the Yellow Hammer state since Julio Jones.

The Saraland (AL) star is no stranger to Athens and was in the Classic City back in April and May back in the spring. Now, the current Alabama commitment will be back in Athens for a night game “Between the Hedges”. 

It won’t be easy to flip a truly elite receiver out of Alabama from Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide, but Bryan McClendon will do his best. The Bulldog assistant has already developed a strong bond with the dynamic playmaker.

“I like that coach McClendon has NFL experience and had NFL coaching so he knows what it takes and that he emphasizes the little things that will not only level my game up for Saturday but on Sundays as well.”

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As a prospect, Williams dominated every Friday night as a sophomore last year, catching 88 passes for 1,641 yards and 24 touchdowns, averaging about 100 yards per game. He also rushed 57 times for 700 yards and 15 more touchdowns on the ground. He was as productive as it gets last year and continued his dominant play during the Atlanta Under Armour Camp in Carrollton back in February.

Williams a true game-changer on offense with the ability to score from anywhere on the field. Already one of the top wide receivers in the country, Williams is off to another tremendous start to his junior season, catching 24 passes for 471 yards and seven touchdowns so far this season. He’s a true difference-maker and has the potential to be a day-one contributor at Alabama or anywhere else. His hands, burst, ability to create seperation, and natural playmaking ability make him one of very best players across the country regardless of classification. 

Williams is ranked as the No. 3 overall prospect in the country for the 202 class. The Bulldogs have seven current commitments in the 2025, but none of them are receivers.


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