Rashawn “Trouble” Williams, the 6-1 185 pound wide receiver out of Martin Luther King High School in Detroit, Michigan, will announce where he will play college football tomorrow, Monday April 29th. No exact time or location has been announced for his commitment.
4/29/19 Commitment Date…
— Rashawn Trouble Williams (@troule19) April 16, 2019
Williams, who is the 6th rated wide receiver in the country according to Rivals and the 2nd best overall recruit in the state of Michigan, holds 32 offers from some of the most elite programs in the country, including Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse, Purdue, LSU, Indiana, Ohio State, Wisconsin and West Virginia, among many others. According to WVU Recruit Fan Page’s Twitter account, Williams will decide between WVU, Purdue, Syracuse, Indiana and Cincinnati, but that cannot be confirmed by any other source.
Although West Virginia does not appear as the favorites on any of the recruiting websites, Williams has a great relationship with recent WVU commit Devell Washington, the 6’4 215 pound wide receiver from Bay City, Michigan, which is outside of Detroit. After both visited the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Williams and Washington really became close.
“I spent a lot of time with Rashawn Williams,” Washington said. “We talked about playing together.” Washington went on to say that “there’s a very strong possibility they end up playing in college together.”
Check the highlights below to see what trouble Trouble could bring to Morgantown: