"My parents like LSU," said Williams. "I don't really know why, they've just always been fans of LSU."
Last season for B.C. Rain in
On the offensive side of the ball, the 5-11, 185-pound speedster utilized his 4.37 speed to catch 10 balls for 300 yards.
So far, Williams said he has received 14 offers.
Most of his offers came from the SEC from schools like Alabama, Auburn, LSU (which he said was his most recent offer), Kentucky, Ole Miss, West Virginia, Clemson, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Florida to name a few.
Williams said he has a top five and that LSU tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator John Henson is doing a good job of recruiting him.
"My top five is
What did LSU coaches say they liked about Williams?
"The last time I talked to him was last night," said Williams. "He said they liked how I was vocal with my team and they like my speed. They like how I play hard nosed tough football, but at the same time I'm disciplined."
Williams also had good things to say about Henson.
"I'll say one thing, he's an honest man," said Williams. "We've really developed a good friendship and I think that is an important part of a player and coaches' relationship. I went to visit in the spring and it was great.
"The team chemistry is great and I like the fact that everybody gets their own personal tutor. The school is amazing and the facilities are great and you can't beat the fan support. Win or lose, they love their Tigers."
Williams said leaving
"I'll go anywhere," Williams said. "It probably won't be a problem."
Williams said he plans to attend
LSU's camp in July and the only other camp he plans on attending will be
Could this come down to a Tigers vs. Tigers battle?
Stay tunes to Tiger Rag to find out.
Note** Williams said he has a 2.9 GPA and scored a 17 on his ACT.