QB William Richardson
6-4, 210, 4.8
Sumter High School
Sumter, South Carolina
Richardson led his team to the state championship game this year but they fell 28-21 in the finals. The talented quarterback had 235 yards passing including 1 touchdown and he also scored on a quarterback sneak.
Clemson asssistant coach Dabo Swinney talked with the prize recruit after the game. "He said I played well. We just really talked about the game."
The 6-5, 210 pound prospect is not ready to go on record with a leader at this point. "Right now everything is about the same. I will start setting my official visits over the next few days."
Where will the Sumter standout visit? "All I know right now is that Memphis and Clemson will get a visit."
Don't expect an early commitment from the Palmetto star. "I'm not sure when I will commit at this point. It will probably be close to signing day."
Richardson will take a few days to rest and then start preparing for the Shrine Bowl where he hopes to be the starting quarterback for South Carolina. "I'm getting ready for the Shrine Bowl. I hope I can continue to do the things I have done to lead my team this season."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding quarterback from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
Swinney Watches Richardson In Final
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