5-star wide receiver Ryan Williams has announced his decision to reclassify to the class of 2024 and join the Crimson Tide next season.

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Williams recently led the in-state Saraland Spartans to back-to-back AHSAA State Championship appearances, where he posted a combined stat line of 35 touches, 590 scrimmage yards, and eight touchdowns.

Williams will join an Alabama class filled to the brim with talent, arriving in Tuscaloosa with Julian Sayin, Jaylen Mbakwe, and Caleb Odom, amongst others.

The Saraland Spartan is one of the nation's most dynamic high school players, if not the most dynamic. Featuring blistering speed and elite agility, Williams gets into the opposing secondary with ease on a regular.

Theodore Day head coach Eric Collier told AL.com's Ben Thomas, "He's the most dynamic kid I've ever seen," [...] "He has the potential to be the best wide receiver ever to come out of Mobile or Baldwin County; I coached against Julio [Jones], and he was big and strong, but this kid is so dynamic. Honestly, the sky is the limit." shortly before Williams was named the Alabama Gatorade Player of the Year last season, the second underclassman to do so.

Williams has the potential to be an all-time great in Tuscaloosa, and getting to see him in the Crimson and White a year earlier is something every Alabama fan will appreciate.

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Saraland vs. Hillcrest in Round 2 6A AHSAA Playoffs

Saraland defeated Hillcrest 56-31 in round two of the 6A AHSAA Playoffs.

McAdory @ Hillcrest - 10/27/23

Gallery Credit: Simon Besnoy

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