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Jonathan Williams
Jonathan Williams

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Atlanta, GA

High School:
Mays

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 180

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
03/25/1994

09/21/2013

Wake Forest Runs Past Army 25-11

Senior Josh Harris runs for 96 yards and a pair of scores

09/14/2013

Comeback Falls Short in 21-19 Loss to ULM

Michael Campanaro tied an ACC single-game record with 16 receptions

09/07/2013

Deacons Fall 24-10 In ACC Opener At BC

Early turnovers doom Wake Forest.

09/05/2013

Redshirt Freshmen Stand Out in Deacon Debuts

Second-year players impress in their first game for the Deacons

09/03/2013

Weekly Football Press Conference Video & Quotes

The Deacons talked with the media to preview Friday's ACC opener at Boston College

11/09/2013

Wake Forest vs. No. 3 Florida State - UTSI

Wake Forest vs. No. 3 Florida State - UTSI

09/06/2013

Wake Forest Football at Boston College

Wake Forest Football at Boston College USA Today Sports Gallery


2012 (True Freshman)
Redshirted the season.

High School
A 2012 graduate of Mays High School in Atlanta, Ga. ... Named to the All-Metro first team for Atlanta/South Fulton by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... Three-year starter for the Raiders ... Named to the Georgia High School Senior All-Star Bowl ... Had 56 receptions for 783 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... Had 11 receptions for 160 yards in a playoff game vs. Pope ... Made six receptions for 111 yards vs. Tucker ... Helped the club to an 8-3 record ... Played in a pro style passing attack at Mays ... Made the game-winning touchdown catch in a 24-20 win over Miller Grove ... Ran a 4.55 time in the 40 ... Also participated in track, where he helped the 4x100 team finish fourth in the state track meet in 4A in 2011 ... Committed to his first college offer, which was from Wake Forest.

Personal
Son of Ivy and Barbara Williams ... Born March 25, 1994.

In The News

  • Coach Spotlight: Jonathan Williams

    Quoting the Coach
    "Jonathon was a three-year starter who really came on for us as a senior. He was one of my team captains, and the thing I was most proud of was the way that he took over as a leader in practice. He comes from a strong family and is a young man that is going to do what he is supposed to do. Jonathon is 6-4, 170 lbs. and can run well. He will get stronger and is going to be a tremendous football player."
    -Mays High School Head Coach Dominic Calloway

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