Early commitments are typically made by players that have an opportunity to attend the university that they have always followed, in that regard Williams fits the prototype. He attended FSU's camp this summer earning an offer,
Camps offer an opportunity for the players to not only become better players, but also learn the coaching styles,
"I talked to Coach Stoops and Coach Eliot and all the coaches. They introduced me to everybody. I like the coaching staff, they are real good. I hear a lot of good stuff about them. I am looking forward to going out there and playing with them."
Despite the early commitment Williams plans on still going through and enjoying the recruiting process,
"It is solid but I am not going to stop the process and not go to games. I am going to use my visits and stuff. It is pretty firm though."
Williams has big time tools that will be used on both sides of the ball, but the rising junior has his eye's set on one area for improvement,
"My goal is get more picks, because last year I got one. I want to be smarter on the field and make more plays."
Vanguard went 0-10 when Williams was a freshmen and improved to 6-6 last year. Along with class mate Reno Henderson, they are expected to be a factor in November this year and both players have stated that a state title is the goal.
Williams sports a 2.9 core GPA. Stay tuned to NoleDigest.com has we track Williams until signing day.