Kevin Sumlin picked up another huge commitment this week with four-star, #1 rated prep school school wide receiver in the country, JaQuay Williams making the call.
Coming out of Sandy Creek High School (GA) last year, JaQuay was ranked as the 15th receiver in the country by 247Sports' Composite Ranking. He signed with the Auburn Tigers over the hometown Georgia Bulldogs but failed to qualify academically.
Instead of going the junior college route, Williams enrolled in the prep school, Fort Union Military Academy. He committed again to the Tigers but had a change of heart with the firing of Gene Chizik. Georgia immediately became the favorite for his signature until a visit to College Station for the Sam Houston State game. JaQuay was blown away by the visit and the Aggies shot to the top of the list.
The 6'3" star chose the Ags after visiting Georgia and South Carolina the past two weekend. With the graduation of Ryan Swope, Kenric McNeal and Uzoma Nwachaukwu, and the uncertainty of Thomas Johnson's situation, JaQuay will be expected to immediately push for playing time in 2013. The early enrollee gives the Aggies eleven four-star commits in 2012 and is tied as the highest rated according to 247Sports.com.