RB Antonio Williams Profile
The 2016 running back was in town for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.
"When I went to Clemson, you can tell the difference between that camp and the other camps I've been to," Williams recently told CUTigers.
"Clemson is one of the top football schools in the country. Because, at that camp, the coaches expected you to know more, at other camps, they teach you.
"I like what Clemson did, because I'm training to be that way."
The 5-foot-11, 190-pound prospect worked with Tony Elliott while in Tigertown.
"I liked working with coach Elliott a lot. I learned some stuff. He taught me some things that I could improve on. That's what I wanted to learn from that camp," Williams said.
Williams has also attended camps at N.C. State, Duke and UNC this summer. For now, he has no other school camp stops scheduled.
But he does have a list of five favorites.
"This would be in no order: North Carolina, Georgia, Clemson, USC -- the Trojans and Michigan," Williams said.
As a freshman, he rushed for 1,516 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Williams enjoys Dabo Camp
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