Tigers Now Lead for T.J. Williams

The late season surge by the Clemson Tigers has impressed Tallahassee star receiver T.J. Williams. Any chance the prize recruit commits to the Tigers during his visit to Tiger Town in late November? CUTigers.com has all the answers in this recruiting update.

The 6-foot-2, 170 pound prospect had an outstanding performance this past Friday night. "We won the game 46-40. We put up 26 points in the first quarter. I had 285 all purpose yards and 4 touchdowns," said Williams.

On the season Williams now has 36 catches for 692 yards and 10 touchdowns and a 42 yard average on kickoff returns.

The Leon High standout is also ready to go on record with a leader. "Clemson is my leader now. They have always been straight up with me. They have been trustworthy through the whole process. They are only one play away from being in the running for a championship. I like the effort of the team week in and week out."

Williams was very impressed with the Clemson defensive performance in the victory over Miami. "I liked it. Justin Miller and the secondary did a great job of shutting down the Miami wide receivers. The defense really stepped up.

"Coach Swinney called last week. He wanted to know if I was going to watch the game. I told him I had to work, but I would catch the second half."

The Florida standout plans to wait until closer to signing day to make a commitment, but that could change. "I am basically waiting it out. I can't tell you if I might commit when I come up for the game against South Carolina or not. Anything is possible," added Williams.

Leon High teammate and Tiger commitment Quentez Ruffin continues to talk up the Tigers. "He is working me hard. That's actually who I was talking with when you called."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Florida, right up through signing day 2005.

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