Max Williams' senior season is done...

By: ElTrojan


USC DB target Max Williams suffers season-ending injury


ByChris Trevino Aug 28, 10:14 PM




Four-star cornerback and USC target Max Williams' senior season is done after one game. The Gardena (Calif.) star suffered a knee injury in Serra's 41-22 season-opening win over Serra (San Mateo) on Saturday that was diagnosed as an ACL tear on Tuesday evening. 



 "Hurts and it’s tough and I’m broken but I have a strong support system behind me and I'll be going 150% through recovery," Williams wrote on his Twitter account. "I’ll get through this, I’ll be coming back stronger than ever and if you thought I was a Dog now watch what’s to come.. #GodsPlan." 


The 5-foot-8, 173-pound Williams is rated the No. 113 overall prospect and the No. 12 cornerback, according to the 247Sports Composite. Williams is No. 211 overall and the No. 21 corner in the 247Sports rankings. Williams, who was attempting to be one of the very rare four-star starters out of Serra, picked off eight passes in his first three seasons, defended 15 passes and scored eight TDs in various ways (four on defense, two on special teams, two on offense). He holds offers from Oregon, USC, Louisville, Alabama, Notre Dame, Florida State, LSU, Georgia and Michigan among others. 



"Williams is one of the most gifted and stinctive cover corners in the country," wrote West Coast recruiting analyst Greg Biggins this month. "He's a playmaker on both sides of the ball and in the return game, has a great feel for the position and has always played bigger and more physical than his size." 





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