The group from Lehigh Acres, Florida also made camp stops at Florida, Florida State and Georgia.
"Clemson was amazing. It was something that I've never done before. It was a great experience. It was just great," he told CUTigers, during a recent interview.
The 6-5, 240-pound rising junior offensive tackle enjoyed working with Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell.
Williams also liked what he saw around the Clemson campus.
"It was just nice seeing the field and everything," he said. "I liked how, in the stuff I was doing, they were teaching in separate groups and they made sure to teach you in-depth. They made sure you knew what was going on."
Williams, who was first offered by Iowa State, picked up an Appalachian State offer after his stop at the Clemson camp.
He also camped at Miami this summer.
Florida tackle likes Clemson
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