Leading Big East WR Quits

Justin HulseyCorrespondent INovember 11, 2009

According to Draft Breakdown:

The Big East’s leading WR, Mike Williams, quit the team today for undisclosed reasons. Speculation around the team is that Williams may have been facing another suspension, but details are unclear at this time.

Williams had registered 49 catches for 746 yards and 6 touchdowns so far this season. This will certainly be a red flag for scouts and NFL personnel to examine closer as the draft process goes forward.

Even as a junior, Williams would have been one of the top wide outs available. Now, who knows if Williams will even be invited to the Scouting Combine.

More on this story can be found at ESPN.com.

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