Alabama Crimson Tide wideout Jameson Williams tore his ACL on Monday after which declared for the 2022 NFL Draft days later.
Announced on Friday, through Williams’ Instagram account, the wideout posted a carousel of tributes to his season with the Tide, and a last message to this system and followers.
“Coach Saban and Coach Wiggins, thank you for believing in me and the opportunity to show what I can do. My brothers, we been through it all. Wish it could have ended differently but it’s nothing but up from here,” the publish learn.
“Bama fans, thank y’all for welcoming me and making Tuscaloosa home for me and my family.”
He ended the be aware by saying his first intentions to affix the upcoming NFL draft.
“With all that being said, I am starting the next chapter and taking my talents to the 2022 NFL Draft. Roll Tide,” Williams mentioned.
Joining an ever-expanding checklist of Alabama receivers destined for a first-round choice, Williams’ case comes with a twist as he faces restoration from the ACL damage suffered throughout Monday’s College Football Playoff Championship Game.
As former Crimson Tide receivers Jaylen Waddle and DeVonta Smith left on the finish of final season, Williams and John Metchie III picked up the mantle to increase their legacy of success on the place, with Williams because the lead.
Joining the Tide in 2021, Williams — an Ohio State switch — had a formidable junior marketing campaign: catching for 1,572 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns on 79 receptions.
Williams has been lauded for his explosive velocity and sharp route working — additionally bearing the added gear to be a menace on vertical routes.
Alabama teammate and offensive sort out Evan Neal additionally declared for the 2022 Draft.
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