JaQuay Williams to make official visit to Georgia

Christian Petersen

Former Sandy Creek High School wide receiver JaQuay Williams will make an official visit to the Georgia Bulldogs.

JaQuay Williams, the state of Georgia's top-ranked wide receiver prospect last year, will visit the University of Georgia on an official visit according to Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The 6'4 Williams signed with Auburn out of Sandy Creek High School last year, but was unable to meet NCAA requirements and enrolled at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia. Williams quickly committed to the Tigers again in September of this year, but with the job status of head coach Gene Chizik in the air, Williams is looking at all his options.

Williams will make two official visits in the coming weeks, starting with a trip to Texas A&M this weekend to watch the Aggies take on the Sam Houston State Bearkats. He will then make the trip to Athens to watch the Bulldogs take on cross-state rivals Georgia Tech.

Williams is listed as a four-star recruit according to the 247 Sports Composite, which averages the recruiting rankings of all the major recruiting services.

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