Former Clemson WR gets his high school number retired
|Saturday, October 27, 2018, 8:37 AM- -|
'WRU' got another prestigious award.
Former Clemson receiver Mike Williams had his #7 number retired by Lake Marion high school on Friday night during halftime of the game against Ridgeland/Hardeeville.
"It feels good man," he said. "Everything started here on this football field. I brought my high school coach here. It feels amazing to be first number retired at the school."
In high school, Williams had 60 receptions for 1,395 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior. As a junior, he had 66 receptions for 1,296 yards and 11 touchdowns. He caught 42 receptions as a sophomore.
.@ClemsonFB great @darealmike_dub on having his #7 jersey retired by his alma mater, Lake Marion High School tonight: "It feels good... this field... it all started here." @abc_columbia pic.twitter.com/vn6NoiJoCM— Mike Gillespie (@MikeABCColumbia) October 27, 2018
Former Lake Marion star Mike Williams was back at his Alma mater as his #7 jersey was retired. Mike was a 2-sport star for the Gators (won a state title in hoops) before helping Clemson win the 2017 national title. He's in his 2nd season with the Chargers.@darealmike_dub pic.twitter.com/ecgBNZpGKR— Reggie Anderson (@ReggieWLTX) October 27, 2018