Catching balls on Max Williams is a tall task

July 6, 2018

Serra four-star CB Max Williams has been one of the most consistent cover cornerbacks at every event we've been to during the Spring/Summer. And that was the case at The Opening this week in Dallas, TX, where Williams shined from start to finish.

I could make a case he was the top CB performer at The Opening this year. The guys making plays get noticed, because the ball is being thrown their way, but QBs didn't bother throwing the ball his direction vry often. Good quarterbacks generally don't throw to WRs who aren't open unless they have no choice.

He was also one of a few who managed to contain Orange Lutheran five-star WR Kyle Ford. In fact, Williams is one of the guys who slows Ford down each time they faced each other. So, how did a kid who's 5-9 and 175 pounds manage to seemingly shut down the Overall MVP of The Opening when they matched up?

"Max is very hard to shake," said Kyle Ford. "I feel he's just a very patient corner."

Williams is patient, skilled, determined, hard working and in the end, one of the Top-100 high school football players in the country. When I talk to the the top ballers in SoCal and ask who the top cornerbacks are, Williams is always one of the three mentioned. Chris Steele and Mykael Wright are the other two.

Although he's taken an official visit to Louisville and plans to take an official visit to Notre Dame on Nov. 10, Williams doesn't plan on making a school decision until after the season. More than likely after an official visit to USC. spoke to Williams at The Opening and he updated us on where he's at with the recruiting process, where things stand with USC and more.

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