Clemson signee hopes to enroll at ECU


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According to WJBF-TV, former Clemson signee Marty WilliamsMarty Williams
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may not be heading to junior college as was thought a few weeks ago by his head coach Russ Schneider.

Williams was set to join the Clemson Tigers football program this fall, but he didn't meet academic qualifications. Schneider says Williams is now looking at getting enrolled at East Carolina. Schneider says Williams would hopefully be a part of the Pirates football team next year.

The Pirates had showed strong interest in Williams before he signed with Clemson and had reportedly offered more of a chance to play on offense than the Tigers.

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