The three-star safety led Fox Creek in a 21-6 win over Denmark-Olar with 139 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 20 carries. He also threw for 48 yards.
Williams committed to the Tigers last week and will play on the defensive side of the ball next season.
Clemson's 2012 quarterback commitment, Chad Kelly, completed 17 of 23 passes for 267 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed 10 times for 116 yards and three touchdowns. Kelly only played in the first half of St. Joe's win.
Linebacker T.J. Burrell had eight tackles in Goose Creek 56-7 win over Fort Dorchester. Burrell remains firm in his verbal commitment to Clemson.
Clemson received a verbal commitment from Fox Creek's Marty Williams last week. (Hale McGranahan)
Clesmon verbal commitment Bradley Pinion averaged 56 yards per punt and 69 yards per kickoff. Pinion also made it to Saturday's Clemson-FSU game in Death Valley.
Junior quarterback, Riley Ferguson completed 8 of 13 passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns in Butler's 52-6 win over Rocky River. Ferguson remains one of a select group of quarterbacks in the 2013 class with a scholarship offer from Clemson.
His teammate, junior wide receiver Uriah LeMay, rushed for 82 yards and two touchdowns. LeMay is the brother of Georgia quarterback Christian LeMay.
Lake Marion junior wide receiver Mike Williams caught six passes for 215 yards and a touchdown.
Also in the 56-7 win over Fort Dorchester, Goose Creeks' junior linebacker, Gerald Turner, registered two tackles and a sack. Sophomore running back Caleb Kinlaw carried 16 times for 150 yards and four touchdowns.
Lake Marion junior wide receiver Mike Williams caught six passes for 215 yards and a touchdown. (Scout.com)
Dillon junior running back Jabo Lee rushed 16 times for 158 yards and a touchdown.
Gainesville upended Franklin County 42-13, with Deshaun Watson leading the way. The sophomore signal caller completed 16 of 26 passes for 330 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 40 yards and a score.
Watson also visited Clemson Saturday to take in Clemson's 35-30 win over No. 11 Florida State.
Defensive end Davaris McGowens had four tackles and a sack during Eastside's 51-6 loss to Greer. McGowens also visited Clemson again Saturday as well.
No. 1-ranked Gaffney continues to roll over the competition, thanks in part to the play of a pair of standout wide receivers in Shaq Davidson and Quinshad Davis.
Davidson, a 6-2, 195 pound sophomore, caught two touchdown passes in a 73-0 romp over Greenville Friday night. Davis, who made a trip to Death Valley Saturday, also caught a scoring strike to pace the Indians.