Offense or Defense for Alabama Verbal?

Michael Williams, a four-star defensive end and Alabama commitment, from Reform-Pickens County, (Ala.), was in Tuscaloosa for camp this week. Williams talks about his camp performance and another school receiving a possible visit.

"I just went to the Alabama camp the past two days," Michael Williams said. "I went on Sunday and Monday. I really liked working out down there. It was very fun."

"I didn't think it was going to be as intense as it was, especially for a high school camp. If you went to the camp you definitely got better."

Williams is a two-way standout and performed on both sides of the ball in Tuscaloosa.

"I worked out Sunday with the defensive ends, and Monday I worked with the tight ends. I did real good working with the tight ends. I did good with both of them really. They coaches haven't said where they want me to play," Williams said.

"I talked to all the coaches during my trip. They were telling me I looked good and stuff like that. They asked me where I wanted to play, and I told them wherever I could help them."

The 6-6, 240-pound athlete remains a hot commodity even after his verbal pledge.

"I have not decided whether or not I will take any other visits, but if I do it will be to Georgia Tech," Williams said. "They haven't stopped recruiting me. I guess I need to at least see what they have."

Williams plans to attend Alabama's first game against Western Carolina September 1.

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