Former Kentucky commit Jarren Williams now pledges to Miami
The atmosphere during Miami’s win over Notre Dame last month was enough to cause 4-star quarterback Jarren Williams to de-commit from Kentucky.
Now the QB has committed to the Hurricanes after he made an official visit and watched undefeated Miami beat Notre Dame, 247 Sports reported. Williams told Mark Richt he was going to be a Hurricane as his official visit the day after the big win. Three weeks later, Williams made it public.
Williams, who is from Lawrenceville, Ga. and is a U.S. Army All-American, reportedly also considered Auburn and Ohio State.
Hanging out at Richt’s house, he had to tell him this is where he wanted to go.
“He told me he’d save a spot for me,” Williams said in an interview with 247 Sports.
Williams’ addition makes Miami’s recruiting class No. 3 nationally, according to 247 Sports.
“It’s a place aside from football where I can see myself living,” Williams said. “I can see myself living down there and thriving.”
The prospect posted a pair of tweets about the decision, including one where he described himself with a variety of words, including being a “hurricane.”
I would like to start by thanking the man above, and everyone who has been involved in this process with me. Im glad to say that I’ve finally made my decision!! @Left__Field__ pic.twitter.com/PMnpFSEifO
— J D U B💰💫 (@Jarren2Williams) December 6, 2017