"That’s where DBs are born and raised," Williams told Scout's Chad Simmons at The Opening. "Staying in-state, you get all the support from your state that you get nowhere else.”
Williams had offers from all over the country, but opted to stay home and committed to LSU last month. He said he won't be going anywhere else, and is as solid as can be to the Tigers.
He mentioned that DBU tradition, and Corey Raymond, his future position coach, plays a big part in upholding that.
“He’s a pretty cool guy," Williams said. "He’s pretty laid back, but he’ll you when you’re wrong and you’re right. He just texted me to tell me ‘Good job,’ so I know he’s watching.”
He's ready to get back down to Baton Rouge for football season in Death Valley. He said there's nothing else that compares to it.
“It’s so hyped, especially when they’re coming out of that tunnel," he said. "That’s the best part. I like how Les Miles tries to hold them back.”
Check out the video interview below for more on Williams from The Opening.