Recapping the Clemson official

Andrew Williams, one of the final targets on the 2014 Clemson recruiting board, took his official visit to Tigertown this past weekend.

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It was official visit No. 2 for the four-star defensive end from Eagles Landing Christian Academy in McDonough, Ga.

Auburn hosted Williams Jan. 17-19. Ole Miss was scheduled to have him in from Jan. 24-26 with Clemson closing things out before Signing Day. But Clemson's weekend was moved up a week after the trip to Ole Miss was cancelled.

So, for now, Clemson can lay claim to the last visit from Williams.

"It was a good visit. Really, a lot of unanswered questions were answered. It was a great visit," he said, during a Monday afternoon interview with CUTigers.

What were those questions that Williams was seeking answers for?

"Just when it came to football-wise, education-wise, a lot of the insight from the players, that's what I was looking forward to. The players, they tell you straight up how it is. I know that recruiting talk is recruiting talk. So that was really good."

Williams spent time with several players while in Clemson.

"I was with the most of all the d-ends on my official and also some of my Georgia guys that enrolled early," he said.

With just over a week until signing day, Williams isn't unsure if he'll go anywhere else before Signing Day.

"I might," he said, when asked if he'll take No. 3 this weekend. "I don't know where yet, but I might."

While Auburn is perceived by some to be the leader, Williams said that's not the case.

"At this point, I have no leaders or any favorites right now," he said. "All of my schools are equal. They're great programs, so at this point, I'm trying to find out which school is best for me, but I have no favorites or anything."

A decision will be announced on Signing Day.

"Really, just how I feel about it, all of these are great programs," he said. "I feel like you can't go wrong with them. I ‘m looking for what's a fit for me and what can better me as a person." Top Stories