Done Deal: Just In Top Talented Highly Rated 5-Star TE Commits To Georgia Bulldogs Football

**Georgia Football 5-Star Commit Elyiss Williams Junior Highlights**

Elyiss Williams, an elite tight-end prospect, has committed to play for assistant coach Todd Hartley at Georgia. His junior highlights showcase the talent Georgia can anticipate.

In April 2023, Kingsland (Ga.) Camden County tight end Elyiss Williams, a five-star recruit in the 2025 class, announced his commitment to Georgia. Despite other teams’ efforts to sway him, including invitations for official visits, Williams remained steadfast in his decision following his official visit to Georgia.

“I’m still completely locked in, to be honest,” Williams told Dawgs247. “I’d say I’m more committed than I’ve ever been. It’s been a year now, and I’m still locked in, so even more committed.”

During his junior year, Williams caught 25 passes for 530 yards and seven touchdowns, aiding the Wildcats in reaching the AAAAAAA semifinals.


Since returning to Athens in the 2020 recruiting cycle, Georgia assistant Todd Hartley has secured top tight-end talents, including the No. 3 tight end in the 2020 cycle, Darnell Washington; the No. 2 tight end in the 2021 class, Brock Bowers; the No. 1 tight end in the 2022 class, Oscar Delp; the No. 2 and No. 5 tight ends in the 2023 class, Lawson Luckie and Pearce Spurlin; and the No. 7 tight end in the 2024 class, Jaden Reddell, as well as Colten Heinrich. Hartley has again reloaded in the 2025 cycle with Williams and Alpharetta (Ga.) four-star Ethan Barbour.

Dawgs247 shared insights from a scouting report by 247Sports’ Gabe Brooks on Williams from July 2023:

“Legitimate high-caliber prospect as a tight end or an edge/defensive lineman. Elite physical traits in height and frame. Possesses a desirable multi-sport athletic profile, including basketball and limited throws competition.

Displays good downfield ball-tracking concentration and consistent hands catching with a large catch radius. Flashes impressive get-off from an attached alignment. His big stride and functional athleticism foster build-up speed, making him particularly dangerous on sideline verticals and seam routes.

Excellent two-way snaps with playmaking ability as a pass rusher. Acts as a rim runner and protector for his basketball team, showing smooth floor-running and strong rebounding skills.

Keys for development include expanding his route tree and improving leverage into breaks. Currently more of a linear athlete, he can enhance his lower-half fluidity.

Projects as a high-major mismatch tight end with the size to play attached and the athleticism/playmaking ability to flex out. His physical traits and athletic profile indicate immense long-term potential and NFL Draft candidacy.”

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