Alabama loses best receiver Jameson Williams to injury

The star wide receiver had to be assisted to leave the field after a knee injury.

Alabama lost one of its important offensive weapons early in the second period of its 33-18 loss in the Game for the National Championship, when the wide receiver Jameson williams suffered an apparent knee injury after a reception near midfield.

Williams he kept a shipment of Bryce young through the center of the field, but when trying to make a cut, it could be noticed how he bounced his knee, which was immediately taken, immediately falling at the 35-yard line of Georgia.

The receiver needed help getting off the field after the injury, but could be spotted walking alone on his way to the locker room.

Williamson he was officially ruled out of the rest of the game until the start of the second half. In the middle of the third period, he emerged from the locker room, already unequipped and walking without assistance, to follow the game from the bench. Alabama.

Williamson came into the game as the best wide receiver in Alabama. The Tide I was already playing without the wide receiver John Metchie III, who was injured during the SEC Championship Game, the first game of the campaign between Alabama Y Georgia.

In the campaign, Williamson accumulated 1,572 yards and 15 touchdowns for Alabama. For the game, he had four receptions for 65 yards before getting injured. Without the explosive receiver, Alabama he had serious problems making big plays through the air.

Williamson is projected as a potential first-round pick for the next draft of the NFL.