Top GA sophomore visits Clemson

One of the top prospects in Georgia's 2014 class visited Clemson on Saturday to watch the North Carolina game.

DE Andrew Williams Profile

Eagles Landing Christian Academy [McDonough] sophomore Andrew Williams was in town for the game with his father, but was not a part of the recruiting section.

"It was my second time [watching a game at Death Valley]. We went one other time when my brother was a recruit," Williams told

His brother, Anthony Williams, is now a redshirt freshman defensive end at Georgia Tech.

The second-time at Clemson was more impressive than the first.

"It was bigger. It was wild, all the fans were into it. The players seemed pumped. It was just exciting," the younger Williams said.

His teammate, junior defensive end Isaac Rochell, who also has an offer from Clemson, was part of the recruiting section for Saturday's game.

"I asked him to tell [defensive ends coach Marion Hobby] that I was there, and he did," Williams said.

The 6-foot-4, 230-pound sophomore picked up an offer from Clemson during the May evaluation period. Boston College also came through with an offer.

As he is for every Yellow Jacket home game, Williams will be at Bobby Dodd Stadium Saturday night when No. 5 Clemson visits for the annual showdown with Georgia Tech. Top Stories