Ja'Quay Williams re-evaluating options 

October, 31, 2012
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One of the top wide receivers in the 2012 class, Ja’Quay Williams (Fork Union, Va./Fork Union Military Academy), signed with Auburn out of high school but was unable to qualify. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound wideout went the prep school route, enrolling at Fork Union Military Academy in an attempt to become eligible by January.

With Auburn’s struggles on the football field this fall, Williams will be firmly re-evaluating his options, per a member of his family.

“We are five or six games into the season and the quarterback is not working out,” the family member said. “The situation is what it is down there at Auburn and there are a lot of variables involved, so we are re-evaluating whether or not there needs to be a change and if there does, which program he intends to look at.”
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