While the trip home took him almost six hours, Williams said he found everything he wanted between the hedges.
"That was what I was looking for," he said. "My mother talked about academics with Coach Richt for some time, and may father handled the football questions. I enjoyed talking with Coach Richt. There was no pressure for me to commit to Georgia. I felt really comfortable there. I think Coach Richt really cares. Every time I talk with him I like him more and more."
Williams spent most of his time with fellow Southwest Georgia star, and Georgia commit, Baccari Rambo. The two would like to play together, Williams said, and it looks like Georgia is the place that may get the pair. Both are getting attention from Clemson and Alabama, but Rambo is hearing more from Florida State – a school Williams has talked with only once.
"He's committed to Georgia, and that's something we have talked about. You know – being roommates at Georgia and stuff like that," Williams said.
While there may have been no pressure to commit, that doesn't mean Williams didn't think about it.
"I really thought about committing," Williams admitted. "I told my parents that we need to talk about it."
A commitment to Georgia could happen at any time, Williams said. Until then, he looks back on his journey to Athens fondly.
"I just loved Georgia's tradition," Williams said. "I loved the Dawg Walk and everything that I saw on my trip."