Based on Rayshon Williams' propensity to move you can understand why the first question I asked the receiver when I sent him a text was; No more moves, right? Rayshon Answered, "No I'm staying here." With that out of the way, Rayshon, who has been in Pennsylvania, Colorado (twice) and Florida, during his high school could talk football. There was much to talk about considering that Williams' Colorado homecoming with his Mullen squad saw him have five catches and two nice touchdown grabs. The performance was part of an impressive 35-0 opening week win over a very talented Chaparral squad.
Williams and Mullen's new starting QB, Cyler Milles, a 6-3 junior, looked to be in midyear form against Chaparral. Williams and Miles create an interesting dilemma for opposing defenses, who must decide to deal with the pass game or stop Mullen four year starting back Adonis Ameen-Moore. If teams jam the box to stop Ameen-Moore, the speedy Williams sees one on one coverage. Williams likes the early connection formed with Miles stating, "He knows if he puts the ball where it needs to be then I will make the plays."
Williams, a 6-1 190 pound wideout who is a triple threat player that can receive, run and return, is currently sitting on offers from Kansas State, Minnesota, Colorado, Colorado State and Central Florida. Although not discussing official visits, Williams does say Central Florida is currently his favorite.