Indiana picked up a commitment from Wake Forest transfer wide receiver Ke’Shawn Williams on Monday.
The 5-foot-10 and 190-pound Williams has 107 career catches for 1,385 yards and five touchdowns over four seasons. He’s had at least 27 receptions and 384 yards in each of the last three seasons.
He also handled kickoff return duties and had 33 returns for 654 yards over the last three seasons.
Williams is the second former Wake Forest player to transfer to IU this month, joining running back Justice Ellison.
Williams has one year of eligibility remaining.
Williams arrived at Wake Forest in the class of 2020 out of Springside Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia. He was rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports, the No. 237-ranked receiver and No. 21-ranked player from Pennsylvania. He chose Wake Forest over Kent State, Temple, UMass, Fordham, and Monmouth. He flipped late from Kent State to Wake Forest.
Williams will join a wide receiver room that includes returners Donaven McCulley, E.J. Williams, Omar Cooper, Jr.. Kam Perry, Andison Coby, and Derrick Bohler, along with portal additions Miles Cross (Ohio) and Myles Price (Texas Tech).
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