On Saturday afternoon, multiple reports surfaced that Miami Hurricanes freshman QB Jarren Williams did not travel to Blacksburg with the team, and was suspended for this week’s game.
Jarren Williams did not travel with the Miami Hurricanes to Blacksburg due to an undisclosed violation of team rules... in case you missed it on @560WQAM— Alex Donno (@AlexDonno) November 17, 2018
So Jarren Williams suspended a game. As we've reported, lost focus after losing out on starting job. Now all three young QBs suspended. Is this normal because they're young or does UM need to recruit more mature QBs? Just asking.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) November 17, 2018
While there has been no official announcement on this suspension by Miami Athletics, it does not look good to have yet another QB suspended this season. Now-starting QB N’Kosi Perry was suspended for the season opener against LSU, and fellow backup Cade Weldon just completed a 4-game suspension last week.
A talented player from Lawrenceville, GA, Williams might have the brightest future of any player in the QB room. However, he has not been able to make a splash on the field so far at Miami, and that has seemingly frustrated the 2018 Army All-American.
With or without Williams, Miami faces Virginia Tech in a key game this afternoon, as both teams look to gain or move closer to bowl eligibility this year.