Willams Set To Camp With Clemson


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Ryan Williams - Defensive Back
Height: 5-11   Weight: 175   Hometown: Mobile, AL (B.C. Rain HS)   Class: 2007





Over the next few weeks several prospects will on Clemson's campus. The last couple of years the camp season has yielded a couple of commitments. Clemson is playing catch up with Ryan Williams, but he will be on campus this weekend.

"Clemson is one of my top schools. I am looking forward to getting on campus and seeing Coach Vic (Koenning). The main reason I am interested in Clemson is how they have produced to draft picks the last couple years at cornerback. Tye Hill was recognized as the best cover man in college football this past year. I want people to say that about me, when I am done."

Williams will see his favorites on his camp tour. Where is he headed after he leaves Clemson?

"Alabama is my next stop. I really liked my trip there in the spring. After Alabama, I am going to visit South Carolina, Florida, and Auburn. I want to visit LSU, as well, but I am not sure if it will work out."

Does one school standout for Williams?

"I know some people have put out there that Alabama is my leader, but thats not the case. I am wide open right now. All of that could change after I make my visits this summer, but I am going into the trips with an open mind."

We will touch base with Williams to see how his visits to Clemson and Alabama went after he returns home.

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