4-Star DE target visits Tennessee


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Leonard Williams - Defensive Line
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Height: 6-4   Weight: 265   Hometown: Daytona Beach, FL (Mainland HS)   Class: 2012
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One of the marquee visitors for this weekend's Florida-Tennessee showdown was Daytona Beach (Fla.) Mainland's ESPNU 150 defensive lineman Leonard Williams Leonard Williams
Defensive Line
6-5, 265
Daytona Beach, FL

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The 6-4, 265-pound Williams, who is No. 106 in the ESPNU 150 and the No. 8 DT, enjoyed the atmosphere during Florida's 33-23 victory over the Volunteers and also the chance to see his former teammate, Tennessee running back Marlin Lane.

"Leonard had a great time at Florida, he just went for the game but he loved being in the stadium and hearing the crowd," said Mainland assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Keynodo Hudson. "He also enjoyed seeing Marlin score a touchdown for Tennessee. That's one of his best friends."

According to Hudson, Williams is going to plan out a schedule for his official visits over the next couple of weeks. Williams has said that Auburn and USC will definitely be getting visits and he plans on making his announcement at the Under Armour All-America Game.

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He can play multiple positions on the defensive line. He could easily add bulk and play defensive tackle at the college level.

Clemson has already offered Williams for the 2012 recruiting cycle.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Leonard Williams Recruiting Profile
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