Jordan Williams Releases Updated Top-Five School List

Jordan Williams Releases Updated Top-Five School List

Once committed to Oklahoma State, Jordan Williams has now reopened up his recruitment. Here are his top five schools.

May 29, 2021 by JD Rader
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Back in November Oklahoma state champion, Jordan Williams committed to Oklahoma State. Just two months later the Collinsville native decided to not only decommit from OSU but take a step back from competing in the sport completely.

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Back in November Oklahoma state champion, Jordan Williams committed to Oklahoma State. Just two months later the Collinsville native decided to not only decommit from OSU but take a step back from competing in the sport completely. 

However, since then Williams has gotten back to competing, won his third Oklahoma state title, and reopened his recruiting. And don't worry Cowboy fans, you still have a chance.

Jordan Williams New Top-Five Schools

  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • North Carolina
  • Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma State

This isn't too far off from Williams' original school list he published prior to committing to Oklahoma State. His original list included Arizona State, Wisconsin, and Ohio State but not Nebraska. The only school outside of the midwest, North Carolina appears to be the outlier of the five. This time, he's making sure he makes the right decision.

"This time around it’s actually a lot better because I’m actually taking time to decide." - Williams on the recruiting process since decommitting. 

Through his first three years of high school, Williams has gone 113, 120, 145. This makes his college weight a little hard to predict and ipso facto college lineup fit tricky. I do not invasion a scenario where Williams is larger than 157 in college. However, Williams has shown he can move weights, both up and down, with little to no problems.

In addition to being a 3X Oklahoma state champion, Williams is an Akron finalist, Super 32 champion, and 2X Fargo champion. He will be an excellent middleweight addition to whichever team he chooses. 

Watch Jordan Williams take match one from Richard Figueroa in the 2019 Cadet World Team Trials finals below.