Below are senior season highlights for class of 2021 IU football signee Jordyn Williams.
The ESPN four-star wide receiver played his first three years at Westover High School in Albany, Ga., before moving to Trinity Christian in Cedar Hill, Texas, to play for Deion Sanders, who served as offensive coordinator.
Williams caught 50 passes for 1,466 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior.
The 6-foot-1, 185 pound Williams will be an early enrollee. Averaging 27 yards per catch, Williams has big play ability and is likely to compete for early playing time.
“He has played both in Georgia and in Texas, and high-level football,” head coach Tom Allen said after Williams signed in December. “He played a national schedule at his high school in Texas and all across the country against some of the best teams in the country He is going to have the chance to come in here and compete and earn his spot.”
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