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Jacket Super-End Williams Signs
Bethune-Cookman Grant

December 1969
By CLAY HARTSOE
Commercial Sports Editor

Greg Williams, Leesburg's All Everything, super receiver, signed a grant-in-aid with
Bethune-Cookman College yesterday.

Williams just finished a record breaking tenure as split-end for the Leesburg Yellow Jackets.
He
scored at least one touchdown per game in every game he played this year, with the
exception of
the Championship Game against Blake. Leesburg's whole offense was built around the
passing of
Mike Napier and the receiving of Greg Williams.

Bethune-Cookman's Head Offensive Coach Bud Asher, who signed Williams, said, "We feel
that
we're getting the best receiver in the State bar none. He will probably start for us in his
Freshman
Year. He has the potential to move into pro football ranks as a wide receiver."

Coach Asher is planning to make Behtune-Cookman a football power. On this trip he signed
(besides Williams); (Ken Graham QB Jacksonville Gilbert 6'3 1/2" 185.) Leopold Sterling (All
Southern HB Pahokee 5' 11" 185 lbs.) Henry Lewis (Clewiston DT 6' 2" 260 lbs.) Charles
Anderson (Tackle Miami, Jackson 6' 2" 225 lbs.), Mosser Burke (DT Sanford Crooms, 6' 4"
260
lbs.) Myron Davis DE Sarasota, 6' 2" 240 lbs.) Arthur Jackson (Tackle Miami Jackson 6' "3
210
lbs). Howard Clark (LB Jax Stanton 6' 2" 215 lbs.) and Kenny Williams (Guard Jacksonville,
Gilbert
6' 2 1/2"228 lbs.)

Coach Asher complimented Leesburg's Head Coach, Wilbur Lofton, on the excellent job he
has
done in developing players. Some of whom he (Asher) hopes to sign up in the future.

Williams runs the forty yard dash in 4.7 seconds, but speed is not his main forte. The way
he can
fake is his strongest asset. Many are the defenders he has left clutching thin air. He is also
extremely hard to bring down when tackled.

Resources
By CLAY HARTSOE
Commercial Sports Editor
DAILY COMMERCIAL
GREG WILLIAMS, who has just climaxed a brilliant career as split end for Leesburg High
School. has signed a
full four year grant-in-aid scholarship at Bethune-Cookman College of Daytona Beach.
Bud Asher, head offensive
coach of the college, who called Williams "not only a outstanding player but an
outstanding man. He has the
potential to move into pro football ranks as a wide receiver." Asher feels that Leesburg
Coach Wilbur Lofton has
done and excellent job in developing players, some of whom he (Asher) hopes to sign
up in the future