The Clemson Tigers missed out on one of the top defensive line prospects in the country late last year when Mario Williams re-affirmed his commitment to N.C. State back in December. Here's a look at what the Tigers will go up against the next four years in annual Textile Bowl against the Wolfpack."> The Clemson Tigers missed out on one of the top defensive line prospects in the country late last year when Mario Williams re-affirmed his commitment to N.C. State back in December. Here's a look at what the Tigers will go up against the next four years in annual Textile Bowl against the Wolfpack.">

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<img src="http://media.TheInsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG" border="0" hspace="2" width="20" height="18"> The Clemson Tigers missed out on one of the top defensive line prospects in the country late last year when Mario Williams re-affirmed his commitment to N.C. State back in December. Here's a look at what the Tigers will go up against the next four years in annual Textile Bowl against the Wolfpack.

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Williams is one of the top defensive players in the entire country. He is a member of the BorderWars 101 Team and a 4 star prospect by TheInsiders.com as the #5 defensive end prospect in the entire country.

In matching up against Marion Dukes and Eric Young in the Shrine Bowl, Williams simply dominated the line of scrimmage against two of South Carolina's best.

Williams uses his long arms and quick feet to manuever around just about anybody he faces, and as a junior, he even spent an extensive amount of time at middle linebacker.

The senior defensive linemen chose the Wolfpack over Clemson, Ohio State, and Tennessee.


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