Newly offered RB visits

During last month's evaluation period, Clemson running backs coach Tony Elliott told this four-star running back that Clemson would be offering.

RB Ty'Son Williams Profile

Crestwood High School [Sumter] junior Ty'Son Williams was one of several highly-touted juniors to visit Clemson on Saturday for Junior Day.

"It was a good experience. I got to see the campus, kind of get a little feel for the campus in itself," he told CUTigers, after the visit.

What stood out to the No. 21 ranked running back in the class of 2015?

"I think one of the main things I liked about it was what they called the most exciting 25 seconds in college football, walking down the hill. When we got to go to the stadium, I thought it was really nice, I liked visiting that."

Williams likes that Clemson is considered a football school.

"It's a nice campus. It's more of a football campus. It's not overshadowed by the basketball program. Most of the attention is going to the football program," he said.

There wasn't much 1-on-1 time with Elliott during Saturday's trip, but he did speak extensively with the Tigers' running backs coach before the visit.

"I asked them on Facebook, [Elliott] came to my school like two weeks before and he told me about it, he said that they wanted to offer me," Williams said.

What's next?

"I'm going to try to get down to Georgia and to UNC. Those are the only two I know of right now, unless something else pops up. And probably N.C. State again."

Clemson, UNC and Georgia all have a spot in Williams' lead group.

As a junior, he rushed for 1,608 yards and 16 touchdowns on 181 carries. Williams also caught three passes for 59 yards and returned four punts for 112 yards and a score. Top Stories