WR Jaquay Williams Profile
That doesn't mean that Heard County High School (Franklin, Ga.) junior wide receiver Jaquay Williams won't visit Clemson before the end of this season.
He'd scheduled a visit to Tigertown for the Georgia Tech game, but the travel plans didn't work out.
"I was disappointed I couldn't go, but I'm going to a game before the season is over," he told CUTigers recently. "I know that for a fact."
Already this season, Williams has taken visits to Alabama and Georgia for games. He was in Tuscaloosa for the San Jose State game and Athens for the Tennessee game.
Although Clemson is the only school that's offered, that could be changing in the very near future.
"Some more offers will probably be coming in next week. There are about 25 schools that said they would offer me when they see my game film," Williams said. "I just mailed my game films out after school [Wednesday]."
The offer from the Tigers will always be in the back of his mind throughout the process.
"Clemson is one of my favorite schools in recruiting," he said. "I like their spread offense."
As a junior this season, he has 700 yards receiving and nine touchdowns.
Recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach Jeff Scott serves as Williams' main recruiter at Clemson.
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