When your first game of the season is a 175 yard, two touchdown effort, it’s got to be pretty hard to top that, right? Right?
Well, for four-star running back Justin Williams from East Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia, he’s managed to up his impact every week this season. Fresh off a 203-yard, two touchdown performance two weeks ago, he simply managed to more than double his week one total on Friday.
Williams carried East Paulding to their first win of the season with a 31-28 victory over Hiram High School on the heels of a 31 carry, 355 yard, one touchdown effort.
375 All Purpose Yards, 355 Rushing Yards, 20 Passing Yards, 31 Carries, 1TD https://t.co/ky8CQLcBan @SWiltfong247 @BrianDohn247 @Mansell247 @ChadSimmons_ @RivalsFriedman @ErikRichardsUSA @CoachChadScott @NealBrown_WVU @RecruitGeorgia @adamgorney @CMAnderson247
— JUSTIN WILLIAMS AKA J-WILL (@akajwill) September 11, 2021
With an incredible 733 rushing yards and five touchdowns through three games, Williams is putting together one of the most explosive seasons in Georgia high school football. Despite a 1-2 record for East Paulding so far, Williams’ senior season is practically unmatched in impact.
247Sports currently rates Williams as the 359th-ranked recruit in the nation, checking in as the 33rd-ranked running back and the 35th-ranked recruit from Georgia. Rivals rates him 211th-ranked recruit in the nation, slotting in as the 13th-ranked running back and the 21st-ranked recruit from Georgia.