Friday, November 19, 2010

Boise State interested in Jared Williams

One day after he was approved to participate in the FHSAA football playoffs, Jared Williams had one of the most important phone calls of his life.

The Southeast High running back had a conversation with the coaching staff at Boise State, which had been keeping an eye on him and liked what it saw.

After feeling satisfied that there was mutual interest, a member of the coaching staff told Williams they would work on trying to get him an official visit to the school.

For his part, Williams hopes that might be awhile. It’s not because of lack of interest in the Broncos. He just hopes Southeast can make a deep run into the playoffs.

Williams has a lot on his plate. He has also been offered by West Virginia, Iowa State and FIU and there figures to be more suitors if he does well in the playoffs.

Following his transfer to Southeast from Bradenton Prep, the senior didn’t receive approval to play until the ninth game of the regular season.

Williams said he was interested in Boise State and likes what he knows about the
Broncos, who are ranked fourth in the BCS standings and have a chance of going to the BCS championship game.

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