CB William Likely Profile
The Tigers' first-year coordinator sent the offer to Glades Central [Belle
Glade, Fla.] junior William Likely.
"I speak to him and the defensive backs coach. He's building a good
relationship. He tells me about the program and how they're looking
forward to winning a national championship," Likely told CUTigers
in a recent interview.
He added, "The program is great. I'm looking forward to maybe being
Likely hasn't made any junior day visits because of commitments to
basketball and track. He'll head to LSU next weekend for their spring
"I look forward to seeing their coaches and what their atmosphere is
like," he said.
The rising senior plans to make some stops when the summer rolls around,
but he's yet to nail down any plans.
Last fall, he visited Florida State and Alabama.
A 5-foot-8, 175-pound prospect, Likely holds over 20 offers, which include
Alabama, Florida, Miami, Notre Dame and USC. He claims no favorites.
"I'm still debating, going through the process," Likely said.
He'll trim the list and focus on a specific number "very soon."
"Great coaches, atmosphere, weight program, school-wise and being able to imagine myself being there for the next three or four years," Likely said.
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