Ohio State Offers 2016 Four Star Safety Joejuan Williams

By Mike Rockstedt on August 9, 2014 at 5:28p
Joejuan Williams

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As mentioned earlier, Ohio State has offered 2016 Safety Joejuan Williams out of Father Ryan High School, in Nashville, Tennessee. A composite four-star, Williams has offers from the likes of Alabama, Tennessee, LSU, Auburn, and now Ohio State.  He was excited to know that he had an offer from Ohio State after speaking today with Tim Hinton and Urban Meyer.

"I always talk with coach Hinton and today they called me up about my film," Williams told 11W minutes after receiving the offer. "Coach (Urban) Meyer told me that they had a chance to watch my film and after discussing it, I had a full scholarship to play football at Ohio State."

Still very open in his recruitment, primarily because of the number of offers he holds, Williams plans on taking his time before making a decision. One thing that is for sure? He's got a serious interest in Ohio State.

"I love the tradition at Ohio State," he said of the Buckeyes. "I love watching them play football and have always enjoyed watching them on TV.  It is also cool how many players they put in the NFL." 

Although it could be difficult to get Williams away from SEC country, if anyone can do it, Urban Meyer can.


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