PJ Williams
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

PJ Williams

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 265 lbs
Dickinson, TX
Dickinson
Class of 2022
Rating: 92
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Rating: 94.3
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Under Armour Camp Notes Part 3: Emptying the notebook
6 mo ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Under Armour Camp Notes Part 3: Emptying the notebook
The Under Armour Camp in Arlington wrapped up on Sunday. SicEm365's Grayson Grundhoefer recaps the action, news, and notes from the massive camp.
Brian Ethridge
6 mo ago by Brian Ethridge
Under Armour Camp: Ethridge Notes/Thoughts OL/DL
Here are my thoughts on the camp and athletes as I remember themGot there around 9:20 as these are usually late I was rightStarted to rainWaiting on athletes, to exit the indoor facility we were not allowed intoWaiting, waiting, 11amDL comes out and OL follows themFirst time to see some of these guys and Kam Dewberry is now caucasion per the rosterTurns out it is the huge The Woodlands OT, Kaden Sieracki Each OL and DL get a repTop OL performers for me:Devon Campbell is not a prototypical tackle, but he's good, really good. I'm not sure he's 6-3, but he is a great prospectNeto Umeozulu is a prototypical guard with huge hands, long arms, and big butt to anchorBryce Simpson is large and moblie. He can play either RT or G, but you love his upsidePJ Williams is good, but slight of frame and build. Not sure how he'll carry the weight, but if he can, he'll be okNikolas Hall is legit. Underated. Baylor needs to get him and has a great chance. 6-6 and long and can move. Great find.Alvin Ebosele is 6-7 and has a huge future ahead of him. Baylor leads and it sounds like he could shut it down after an official visit, when they're scheduledHunter Erb is massive and I think he ends up at guard, but he'll move mountains if he doesCory Hendrix will play early at Kansas, but he's sort of a poor man's Jack Anderson. Not quite the athleticism, but can move you out of the way if he gets his hands on youCole Hutson had the worst reps of any OL. Looked lost.Jaylen Early is 6-3 and long armed and talented. Just not sure where he ends up in college at that height.Sheridan Wilson has added weight, but the level of play was above him todayIsaiah Robinson has a high ceiling and huge frame. Will be fun to watch him developCameron Williams is massive. Just massive and moves pretty well.Caden Kitler is a technician, just undersized at this pointReally would have liked to have seen Coleton Price here, but small school and wasn't invited. Harris Sewell went 1 for 2 on his reps and one was a whipping and he returned the favor in the 2ndKelvin Banks is 6-3 and destined for center or guard. Need to see him take another jumpMatt Craycraft got beaten his first rep badly and then was better his second and beaten againTop DL Performers for me:Walter Bob is an exciting prospect to see in person2023 Jordan Renaud is going to blow up further. High ceiling2023 David Hicks will also blow up and go wheverever he wants to go. He's got a great frame and explosionTrey Wilson won MVP, but I didn't remember him doing as much as othersDerrick Brown has skinny legs. Sort of Oakman like, but he will likely be a JACK for Baylor if this is where he attendsCarmello Jones was at DE and got held pretty good by a large Cameron Williams who engulfed him on the second repMicheal Ibukun-Okeyode is 6-6+ and give me that kid all day long. He's strong, quick, and huge2023 A&M commit Anthony James looks goodKaleb James will need to move inside at the P5 level. Great kid and sizeAshton Porter of Cy Ranch needs an offer if he doesn't have one yetErnest Cooper IV looked good. Long and lean with good/great first stepI'll take a Chris McClellan every day and twice on Sunday. High upside for him.Jack Curtis is intriguing as his best football is going to be played at JACK, but he measured 6-3.5 222 and made an OL look stupid (Hutson)Kristopher Ross looked good and he'd be great to add to Roberts inside. Decision date 3/23Jadon Scarlett had a great first rep and that pissed off his opponent and the second rep was a failed spin move and plantShone Washington won MVP and I don't remember himBear Alexander won a rep, lost a rep. I worry about his motor, but this is a camp and he plays better in games
Recruiting Notes: Three more OL transfer options for Baylor
8 mo ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Recruiting Notes: Three more OL transfer options for Baylor
The staff continues to search the transfer portal plus new PWO offers go out. I also add some housecleaning notes on the trail.
Grayson Grundhoefer
1 yr ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Baylor commit in Vype Houston Top 30
Pearland (TX) Shadow Creek High School WR Randy Masters checks in at #8. Lots of top targets in the Houston area for 2022 made the list.I have some notes on the rankings at the bottom.https://www.vype.com/Texas/Houston/the-class-of-22-hot-talent-vype-super-30?rebelltitem=1#rebelltitem1Quote:1. Malick Sylla, Katy, DE2. Denver Harris, North Shore, DB3. Kameron Dewberry, Atascocita, OL4. Kelvin Banks, Summer Creek, OL5. Jaydon Blue, Klein Cain, RB6. Donovan Green, Dickinson, TE7. PJ Williams, Dickinson, OL8. Randy Masters, Shadow Creek, WR9. AJ Holmes, Westfield, DE10. Justin Medlock, Manvel, LB11. Conner Weigman, Bridgeland, QB12. Harold Perkins, Cy Park, LB13. Bobby Taylor, Katy, DB14. Matthew Golden, Klein Cain, WR15. Julian Humphrey, Clear Lake, DB16. Ty Kana, Katy, LB17. Cardell Williams, Westfield, QB18. Martell Harris, The Woodlands, LB19. Dylan Dixson, Pearland, LB20. Bert Emanuel Jr., Ridge Point, QB21. Trent McGaughey, Shadow Creek, TE22. Keith Wheeler, Atascocita, WR23. Erick Conley, Alief Taylor, DT24. Taureen Crawford, Elkins, DT25. Jaiden Scott, Shadow Creek, DB26. Dorian Friend, Spring, DB27. DeMone Green, Heights, DE28. Jaiden Robertson, Dekaney, DB29. Daniel Goolsby,Friendswood, OL30. Cadyn Bradley, Spring, ATHQuick Notes- Harold Perkins at 12 no way. He is at minimum top 10 but should be top 5.- Malick Sylla at the top spot is not much of surprise, he is going to have a ridiculous season. He is top five for me.- Trent McGaughey is going to rise up rankings boards. Currently he is WAY behind Donovan Green in every ranking but I think he will close the gap some. I like Green as a prospect more but think McGaughey gets overlooked. He should have a huge year with his QB and Baylor commit Kyron Drones throwing him the ball.- Five linebackers inside the top 20, love to see it. Baylor should get significant contributors at the LB position this year.- Love Justin Medlock inside the top 10, I think he is overlooked a little but should not be. I would take him over any LB in the entire state not named Harold Perkins. Top ILB for me with Harold being the top OLB for now.- Kameron Dewberry, Kelvin Banks, PJ Williams if Baylor could just land one of those guys it would be massive. Banks seems like the best chance at the moment.- I really like Dorian Friend. Brian and I saw him at the 2022 camp a couple months ago and were impressed. His size is not ideal but he has such smooth speed a quickness. I think he could be a steal for whatever program he goes to.
Grayson Grundhoefer
1 yr ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Rivals Rankings released for 2022
Here are some of the notable 2022 prospects who just got a Rivals ranking today:OffenseQB Cade Klubnik - 5.7RB Tavorus Jones - 5.7RB Isaiah Broadway - 5.6RB Jamarion Miller - 5.7WR Jordan Hudson (OU commit) - 5.8WR Randy Masters - 5.7WR Leroy Paige - 5.7WR Isaiah Sategna - 5.5TE Dax Courtney - 5.5TE Trent McGaughey - 5.7OL Jaylen Early - 5.7OL Cole Hutson - 5.8OL Neto Umeozulu - 5.6OL PJ Williams - 5.7DefenseDT Jadon Scarlett - 5.7DE Ernest Cooper IV - 5.8DE Dylan Frazier - 5.7DE Kaian Roberts-Day (Baylor Commit) - 5.7LB Jordan Crook - 5.7LB Martrell Harris - 5.7LB Trevell Johnson - 5.7LB Bralon Jones - 5.5LB Ty Kana - 5.7LB Justin Medlock - 5.7LB Harold Perkins - 5.8CB Julian Humphrey - 5.8CB Austin Jordan - 5.7CB Jalon Peoples - 5.8S Chace Biddle - 5.8ATH Brenen Thompson - 5.8
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Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.
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