NC Safety Planning Labor Day Visit

Transportation issues kept one of the top safeties in North Carolina from camping at Clemson, but he does plan to be in Death Valley for the home opener on Labor Day against the Seminoles. Will the Tigers be the next to offer? brings you the latest information in this recruiting update.

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Lorenzo Williams, a 6-2, 190 pound safety prospect had planned to camp at Clemson in early June, but he ended up not being able to make the trip.

"I was supposed to camp at Clemson, but I couldn't get a ride," Williams told in a recent interview. "Coach Rumph really wanted me to come to camp so they could see me in person. He said they would try to offer me at camp."

Williams says he's been working more with his team in recent weeks as opposed to taking visits to his top schools.

"I haven't been on any visits lately. I have just been practicing with my team. I am trying to focus on my team right now. I am planning to go to Virginia Tech on the 14th for a camp," said Williams.

"I did get to go to the UNC camp earlier in June. It was a good camp. I got to meet all of the coaches and stuff. I worked out some with the defensive back coach."

The Tigers and Tar Heels could be the next teams to offer the star safety.

"I am still waiting on a few teams that are talking like they are going to offer. North Carolina and Clemson are both talking about offering," said Williams.

The Tigers will get a chance to impress Williams on Labor Day when he visits Death Valley.

"I am going to try to get down there later this summer. If not I will be there for their first game. That is going to be crazy when they play Florida State in the first game," he said.

When asked about his current leader, Williams responded, "Wake Forest would be my leader right now."

Would the Tigers or Heels jump out front if they were to offer?

"Yes, they would if they offer," replied Williams. "I will probably do it during the season. I want to wait and see who else offers."

The star safety is expecting big things from Westover this fall.

"We are doing real well. We got a new staff. We also got some new players that came to our school. Things are looking good right now," he said. Top Stories