One of the biggest revelations of 2021 was freshman wide receiver Jaden Williams. The 5-9 out of Plugerville, Texas was a late addition to the recruiting class, enrolled over the summer, and tore up preseason practice. He jumped into the starting lineup immediately, and scored touchdowns in three of the first four games of the season. After Phil Jurkovec went down with an injury against UMass, Williams saw his production diminish against ACC opponents. However, when the veteran QB returned Williams was part of the offensive explosion against Georgia Tech, grabbing three passes for 64 yards, and started six games on the season.
With a new offensive coordinator in John McNulty, and a fully healthy Jurkovec back behind center, Williams will look to continue to grow as a wide receiver. He has shown good hands, and solid speed in just one season in Chestnut Hill.
Preseason Player Profile
Hometown: Pflugerville, Texas
247 Composite Ranking
No. 215 wide receiver nationally and the No. 240 prospect in Texas by 247 in 2021
Depth Chart Overview
Williams should finish the summer as one of Boston College's top two wide receivers, opposite senior Zay Flowers. The starting X receiver, Williams should look to have some good looks this year, with a hopefully healthy quarterback, and lots of defensive focus on Flowers. While there certainly are many talented targets for Jurkovec to look for, Williams stands one of the best chances
35 catches, 500 yards, and five touchdowns.
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