UGA commit looking at Clemson

Stanley Williams committed to Georgia before his sophomore season even started. That was eight months ago, so have things changed? Get the latest here

"I have not talked to Georgia in a little while. I do not think we have talked since the end of the season, but I am still with [committed to] them right now, but we just have not had much contact lately," Stanley Williams told Scout.

Williams grew up a Dawg fan from the Peach State and when UGA offered him a scholarship at Dawg Night in July 2011, he jumped on it.

"I am still committed to Georgia and I am still a Georgia guy, we just don't have any communication going right now. I have called them a couple of times, but I have not been able to reach them. I haven't changed my feelings on Georgia, but I do want to visit other schools."

The first visit Williams has on his schedule it to LSU at the end of this month. He is looking forward to that.

"I want to get down to Baton Rouge, meet Les Miles, and see what they are all about. They have started sending mail to me and I expect them to offer me when I visit them. I will be down there on March 31 and I expect things to go well."

Another Tigers may be recruiting him harder than anyone else at this time.

"Clemson has been coming at me recently and I have been talking a lot to them. I like their offense and it is the same as we run in high school, so I am really big on Clemson right now. I will be there in June for a one-day camp and I may visit them sooner too. They seem to be big on me right now."

Other than Clemson and LSU, who else does the 5-foot-8, 165 pound running back out of Monroe (GA) George Walton plan to see in the coming months?

"I plan to visit Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, LSU, and Florida State at least in the spring and summer. I will probably mix it up between visits and camps with those schools and maybe a few more," he said.

For now, Williams remains a 2014 commitment to Georgia, but he still has almost two years before he signs his letter of intent with someone.

"I look forward to taking my visits, speaking with the coaches, and just see how things go. I still see myself as a Georgia commitment, but I am going to look at other schools.

"Me and my parents talked about this not too long ago and I will take these visits in the spring and summer and start to narrow things down. I hope to talk to Georgia again soon, but for now, I am committed to them, but visiting other places."

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