UAB's Williams Catches Three Passes Against East Carolina
News:Jackie Williams caught three passes for 50 yards against East Carolina on Saturday.
Analysis: While Jackie Williams leads the team in receiving yards per game (67.7), he still has not yet reached the end zone, which is a real problem for his fantasy value.
UAB's Williams Catches Four Passes Against Southeastern Louisiana
News:Jackie Williams caught four passes for 59 yards against Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday.
Analysis: A somewhat down game for Jackie Williams, who still leads the team in catches (24) and receiving yards per game (77.8). Now if he could only reach the end zone, something he is yet to do this season.
Tulsa's Williams Catches Four Passes Against Tulsa
News:Jackie Williams caught four passes for 73 yards against Tulsa on Saturday.
Analysis:Jackie Williams has now caught at least four passes in each of UAB's games this season. Unfortunately, he has yet to reach the end zone. Until this happens, he's best left on the waiver wire.
News:Jackie Williams hurt his ankle on the first play of the fourth quarter in last Saturday's loss at Ohio State and his status for this week's game against Tulsa is unclear, the Birmingham News reports. He missed practice on Tuesday and Wednesday and was wearing a boot on his left foot.
Analysis:Jackie Williams leads UAB with 16 receptions for 257 yards. He may be a risky option this week, although at first the injury wasn't seen as too serious.
News:Jackie Williams caught five passes for 55 yards on Saturday at Ohio State.
Analysis: Through three games Jackie Williams leads the team in catches (16) and receiving yards per game (85.7), but has yet to reach the end zone. That should change sooner rather than later, as UAB likely won't face another ranked team the rest of the season.
UAB's Williams Catches Five Passes Against South Carolina
News:Jackie Williams caught five passes for 45 yards at South Carolina on Saturday.
Analysis: Against one of the better defenses in the nation, Jackie Williams' performance was expected. Don't count on him producing much more at Ohio State, the site of UAB's next game.
News:Jackie Williams caught six passes for a team high 157 yards in the season opener against Troy.
Analysis:Jackie Williams must like playing against Troy as his only other game over 100 yards receiving game against them in 2010. In UAB's next game at South Carolina, Williams is not a recommended play.
News: UAB receiver Jackie Williams missed Saturday's game against Memphis because of a suspension.
Analysis: Williams violated team rules and missed a shootout in which he may have had a huge game. There is no word on the length of the suspension, so steer clear of Williams in fantasy.
News:Jackie Williams has become one of the more promising UAB and C-USA wide receivers of the future, and he has his best matchup of the year tomorrow against Memphis.
Analysis: Williams has caught a pass in 21 consecutive games in his young career and had a career-best 10 receptions for 82 yards against a stout UCF defense earlier this season. He is a solid flex play in all formats.
News:Jackie Williams had yet another quiet game for UAB, catching just four balls for 44 yards.
Analysis: Williams has been killed by the loss of Bryan Ellis for the year. He can be cut in all formats.
News:Jackie Williams did it all for UAB on Thursday, catching nine balls for 76 yards and scored a rushing touchdown in their upset win against UCF.
Analysis: Williams is quite a playmaker, but once Pat Shed gets back to full health, he is not startable.
News: UAB wide receiver Jackie Williams continued to build on his solid season as he caught seven balls for 77 yards Saturday.
Analysis: Williams is a decent bet for five to seven catches a game, but rarely is finding the end zone.
News: Wide receiver and dual threat Jackie Williams was terrible for UAB Saturday, rushing for just 11 yards while catching just three passes for 29 yards.
Analysis: Williams has been solid of late, and next week in a wide open matchup against Tulsa, he would be a solid flex play in PPR leagues.
News:Jackie Williams played a solid game for UAB, rushing for 20 yards and catching eight passes for 89 yards in their loss.
Analysis: Williams has had two straight solid performances, but should be benched next week against Mississippi State.
News:Jackie Williams did his best Pat Shed impression, rushing for a touchdown and catching six passes for 45 yards in the Blazers loss.
Analysis: Williams is not an every-week option, but keep an eye on his productivity over the next few weeks.
News: UAB receiver Jackie Williams appeared to become the favorite target of quarterback Bryan Ellis in the teams opener against Florida, catching five passes.
Analysis: One thing to remember when reviewing the box score is that Pat Shed, the Blazers versatile back, did not play. Once he does return, Williams may struggle to see that many targets. Keep an eye on him however as once in conference, including this weekend against Tulane, UAB can show off their explosive offense.
News: Sophomore Jackie Williams has won the "Z" receiver job for UAB entering the 2011 opener against Florida next week.
Analysis: Williams made the C-USA all freshman team in 2010 and while Jay Davis was impressive in camp, Williams retains his starting job. He cannot be recommended however as the Blazers travel to The Swamp.
News: AL.com has predicted the potential UAB starting lineup and with no surprise, the top three receivers, all starters are Patrick Hearn, Nick Adams and Jackie Williams.
Analysis: While Hearn should become the Blazers go to guy. Adams is coming back from injury while Williams' 2010 was highlighted by a hail mary reception against Troy. For now Hearn is the only draftable option, however if Pat Shed were to miss significant time, expect more targets in the other receivers' directions as well.
News: UAB is looking to veterans Nick Adams, Patrick Hearn and Jackie Williams to work as mentors for fellow receivers Jamarcus Nelson, D.J. Vinson and Jay Davis.
Analysis: ![CDATA[While Adams is the team's deep threat, Hearn is the team's best overall receiver and Williams is still improving. Instead of making it a competition the coaching staff has set starters in place and let the team grow. With the wide open nature of the offense Adams and Hearn can shine with Frantrell Forrest and Mike Jones gone, so remember those names on draft day.