4-star DB has "amazing" visit to Clemson
|2015-07-19 14:48:33.0- -||
Height: 6-0 Weight: 175 Hometown: Roswell, GA (Roswell HS) Class: 2017
4-star 2017 defensive back LeAnthony WilliamsLeAnthony Williams
View Full Profile from Roswell, Georgia (Roswell HS) took an unofficial visit to Clemson on Sunday afternoon.
Williams has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech. Kentucky was his first offer.
TigerNet spoke with him on Sunday and he said that he had a great first time visit to TigerTown. "The Clemson coaches, the program, the facilities - it was just an amazing experience," Williams said.
He was able to spend time with coaches Mike Reed and Tony Elliot on the tour of campus. The best thing that he liked about the facilities was the weight room.
During the visit, his high school teammate Xavier McKinneyXavier McKinney
View Full Profile received an offer from Clemson and another high school teammate Tre Lamar committed to Clemson during Friday night's All-In Cookout.
"It was great. They were all talking about us playing together."
Williams did not have a top group of schools but plans to return to visit Clemson for a game this year. He plans to commit during his senior season.
He will be one of the top defensive backs for the 2017 recruiting cycle.
Had a great time at Clemson today with my boy @mckinney_xavier great experience I will be coming back real soon for a game— LeAnthony WilliamsJr (@LWilliams_4) July 19, 2015
View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's LeAnthony Williams Recruiting Profile
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