Ja'Quay Williams is ready for the next step in his football career.
The four-star receiver from Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy, who committed to Texas A&M on Dec. 2, says he has fulfilled the academic requirements needed and is ready to enroll at Texas A&M in time for the spring semester.
It doesn't come as a surprise, as Williams was projected to be a mid-year enrollee at the time of his commitment, but he told RecruitingNation in a text message on Monday that he's all set.
"I qualified," Williams said. "I am just waiting on them to send my stuff to NCAA. I finished Fork Union Friday and enroll Jan. 14."
The 6-foot-3, 195-pound receiver, who is originally from Tyrone, Ga., and signed with Auburn out of high school, spent a season playing post-graduate prep school football for Fork Union this season. He committed to Auburn but decommitted in November before deciding to join Texas A&M's 2013 class in December. He is excited about his future in College Station, Texas.
"Feels great to be headed to Texas A&M," Williams said in a text message. "I just need to get away from home."
At the time of his commitment, he chose the Aggies over Georgia and South Carolina.