Texas A&M wide receiver JaQuay Williams is transferring after one season, as reported by the AJC via his uncle.
“Yes, he is transferring,” Kevin Ofchus said. “It was the distance, and standard things that college kids go through. Things just didn’t work out, and that happens sometimes. It’s no big deal. There’s no issues or anything like that.
“He left Texas A&M on good terms and he’s looking forward to moving ahead. He’s just looking for a place to fit in.”
Williams is the former top overall receiver from Georgia during the 2012 recruiting class, and he originally signed with Auburn exiting high school but did not qualify. He went to Hargrave prep school for one season before landing at Texas A&M. Williams played in 10 games last season for the Aggies, making four catches for 71 yards and one touchdown.
His release paperwork is still being processed, and Williams is unsure where he’ll head next. Williams’ uncle is hoping for an unconditional release from Texas A&M that would allow him to play anywhere for three seasons.
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