The whole narrative that Georgia football doesn’t land elite receivers can finally get put to rest after 4-star Tyler Williams committed to the Dawgs on Tuesday night. Williams is one of the most elite receivers in the 2023 class, and he picked the Dawgs over Miami, Clemson, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Texas A&M.
Yes, Georgia finally landed a top-notch receiver in this 2023 class, so those chirping that the Dawgs cannot recruit this position can sit in a corner. This commitment is massive for the Dawgs because Williams is so talented.
The Hurricanes made a push for Williams late, but the Dawgs held tough and got him to pick the good guys. Wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon has outdone himself by landing this young man because he isn’t just a great football player but a high-character kid off the field.
Georgia football lands elite 2023 receiver Tyler Williams.
At 6-3 and 200-pounds, Williams is a downfield threat that Georgia needs on its roster. The Lakeland, Fla., player just made a lot of Dawg fans’ nights by committing to the Dawgs through the 247Sports YouTube channel.
According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Williams is the No.180 overall player, the No. 20 receiver and the No. 40 player out of Florida. He is the real deal and something Georgia has been missing in its receiving room.
Williams is a physical receiver that has so much potential. He will be one of the most elite receivers to come out of this 2023 class, and that can be something people can bookmark. This player is such a massive addition to this class that this feels like an AJ Green pickup or a George Pickens one.
He isn’t quite on the same level but has the ceiling to be as elite as them. By the time his career at Georgia ends, everyone will think he was one of those underrated receivers that should have been a 5-star.
With Williams in the class, the Dawgs now have 20 members in its 2023 class. The Dawgs jumped to the No.2 overall class on 247Sports as well. It’s a good night to be a Dawg because Williams is that guy who people will know sooner than later.