Wide receiver T.J. Williams, from Tallahassee (Fla.) Leon High School made his decision last night and committed to Clemson. Williams, 6-2 and 170 pounds, committed to Clemson over Louisville, NC State, Arkansas, and South Carolina.
"Dabo Sweeney made an in-home visit with me last night and I committed," said Williams. "I have a great chance at playing early and that is big. Plus, I get the jersey I wanted (No. 1)."
Williams is the brother of FSU star cornerback Antonio Cromartie and he is anxious to match up with him next season.
"Oh I can't wait for that. I am really looking forward to that."
Williams is the 20th verbal commitment in the 2005 recruiting class, and the fourth wide receiver.
Williams Will Wear #1
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