Keundris Williams is a Harlem wide receiver who is having a statement season. His big-time playmaking knows no boundaries, and just last week in a big win against Aquinas, Williams made an important kick return to take back momentum.
With the game about halfway through, Williams took a kickoff down the right sideline blowing by every Aquinas player for a score. The 6’2″ wide receiver easily glided by the opposition, and that’s something we have come to expect during the first part of the 2023 season from Williams.
“So far my senior year is going good, I’m on track for going for almost 800 receiving yards – as of now I have about 400 on the season,” Williams said.
Williams has immediately separated himself as a key playmaker for Harlem this year. The program is trying to make it back to the playoffs after last year’s historic first-ever run to the postseason.
“My goal for the rest of the season is to win the rest of our games and make playoffs,” he said.
Williams is a dynamic athlete who is still filling out his frame and growing into a D1-caliber athlete. His length and top-end acceleration already check those boxes. The senior believes that his skill set is continuing to progress too.
“I can say my route running and blocking has improved the most,” Williams said.
On the recruiting front, things are just starting to heat up for the emerging senior prospect. He has heard from Mercer and Shorter as of now, both local programs in the state, but we feel like his recruitment has the chance to attract attention at a national level considering his frame and good top-end speed.
What you have to like about Williams is the plays he made against Aquinas. So many were game-changing plays like returning a kick or causing a fumble on defense while also being the consistent threat at receiver. We definitely feel like more big games are in store for Williams, so be sure to follow @RecruitGeorgia on Twitter/X to hear the latest on the senior’s final season and athletes all over the state.