Dabo Lands Another One

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T.J. Williams - Wide Receiver
Height: 6-2   Weight: 170   Hometown: Tallahassee, FL (Leon HS)   Class: 2005

Tallahassee WR T.J. Williams makes it four commitments this week for the Tigers. According to Williams' sister Clemson assistant Dabo Swinney was in his house tonight and was able to secure the commitment.

This is a great pick up for the Tigers and should be the last wide receiver that Clemson will take for this recruiting class. T.J. Williams is really good with the ball in his hands and really good in the open field. He reminds me a little of Derrick Hamilton because he is a taller guy, but he makes people miss in the open field. He doesn't have great speed but does have good speed. He is a really nice kid with good grades.

There are some amazing things shaping up in this recruiting class. First it is December 1st and Clemson has 20 commitments. I can’t remember the last time this happen for the Tigers. Second, of the 20 commits, Dabo Swinney recruited 8 of them. Over the last two years he has landed 17 prospects for the Tigers. I have never seen a guy be that productive before. Also, all four wide receivers were recruited by Swinney and he will be their position coach as well. Three of the four are big kids. A lot of the guys coming back like Chansi Stuckey and LaDonte Harris are under 6 feet tall so Taylor, Smith and Williams give them some instant size at that position.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's T.J. Williams Recruiting Profile
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