"The visit went good," Williams said. "It was the same old same old with Auburn that's why I keep going down there. I just love it down there. I love it.
"I feel like I can come in and make a big impact real quick," he added. "They said if I come in and work hard and do what I'm supposed to do then I should have no problems. It's real exciting."
Visiting along with a teammate Williams said he spent a lot of time with Pike getting more acquainted with him in preparation for their time at Auburn.
"Me and Zeke are just trying to build a relationship," he said. "We're going to be there for the next four years hopefully if not three or five. Me and Zeke are just trying to build that relationship so he can trust me and I can trust him."
Currently Sandy Creek is 12-0 on the season following a win over Troup County Friday night in the playoffs. In the game Williams caught a 63-yard touchdown to break open the game and head into a matchup with Gainesville this weekend. Williams said he's just enjoying the ride and hoping to keep on winning on the way to a title shot.
"I kind of got adapted to things around the seventh game," Williams said of the season. "For one I had never been undefeated before. I haven't been on a talented team like this. We don't really look forward, we just play one game at a time. We just go out there and play."
Saying there is a chance he could still take some visits and planning to take his official visit to Auburn in January, Williams said there's no change in his commitment as he's solid to the Tigers.
"I don't know who I'm going to visit yet," Williams said. "I'm committed to Auburn. It's 100 percent."