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Receiver Jeremy Williams Commits To Wave
According to Minyard, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound Williams, did visit the Green Wave this weekend and made a verbal committment to Tulane coach Chris Scelfo.
Said Minyard, a man of few words, "He verbally committed to Tulane."
And as far as what other schools were recruiting his leading receiver Coach Minyard had even less to say, "That was it."
Sterling High surged to a 5-5 record this past season after falling to 2-8 in 2003.
During the 2004 season, Williams managed 760 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns on 34 catches, averaging 22.4 yards per reception, to lead Sterling in each of those categories.
The versatile Williams added 64 yards rushing on 11 carries and made an interception while seeing action on defense.
Williams stats should be viewed in the context that Sterling's ratio of run-to-pass favored the run 60% to 40%. Jeremy accounted for more than half of the whole teams passing yardage.
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