Williams impressed with Tigers

Four-star wide receiver Mike Williams was one of a few commitments in Clemson on Saturday afternoon for the Georgia Tech game.

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Williams, the No. 29 wide receiver in Scout's 2013 class rankings, watched as Clemson outslugged Georgia Tech, 47-31.

"It was real good. Their offense, they moved the ball real good. The defense couldn't really stop that rush. If the defense gets on point, they're going to go, because that offense is going to score, regardless," Williams told CUTigers earlier this week.

The style and pace of play employed by Chad Morris impressed Williams.

"I saw that they had three to five receivers on the field at the same time," Williams said. "They rotate their receivers in. There's not just three receivers playing. Mostly all of them are playing the whole game."

The two trick plays also caught his eye.

"It shows they have a little trickery in it. The defense, they're going to have to stay on their p's and q's, because they don't know where they're going to," Williams said.

The Lake Marion High School senior spent part of his Saturday with Georgia commitment Tramel Terry, who was in Clemson for his official visit.

"We were together most of the whole game," Williams said.

He hopes his fellow Shrine Bowl receiver will join him in Tigertown next fall.

"He has the opportunity to stay in-state and play at a good school," Williams said. "Why turn the opportunity down?"

As for Terry and whether he might be leaning away from Georgia and towards Clemson, Williams claimed he wasn't privy to that information.

"I don't know. He wasn't really saying anything to me," Williams said.

Through seven games this season, Williams has 37 catches for 951 yards and nine touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, he has 14 tackles and two interceptions.

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