The four-star prospect attended the game with teammate and class of 2013 prospect Shaquille Wiggins.
"The visit was great," Williams says. "We came in late. I stayed in the stadium late because I had to talk to Coach Chiz (Gene Chizik) after the game because I didn't get to talk to him before the game. We watched the game, we ate and we left. Me and Shaquille are probably staying the night after the Ole Miss game."
With so many current Auburn commitments and other prospects in attendance over the weekend, Williams' meeting with Chizik didn't last very long.
"I don't have my phone on, so he just told me that he's tried calling me," Williams explains. "So he hasn't been able to get in touch with me. But I got in touch with him a while ago."
Auburn didn't come away with any commitments, but Williams says that he feels like everything went well. "We were trying to work on getting some commitments," he notes.
Williams' biggest impression of the game was how Clint Moseley stepped in at quarterback at the start of the third quarter and led the Tigers to victory. Moseley will be the starter on Saturday for Auburn as it travels to Baton Rouge to take on No. 1 LSU.
"Clint Moseley did a great job," Williams says. "He came and stepped into some big shoes. You never know when your name is going to be called. He came in and did some work."
Williams had a punt return for a touchdown last Friday against Jackson as Sandy Creek High School remained undefeated and advanced to 7-0 on the season in Georgia class AAA action.
"It was kind of tough because we weren't executing so good," Williams says. "We ended the first half winning 7-0, but we came out in the second half and we won 41-14."