How was his experience in Tuscaloosa?
“It went good but I didn’t get an offer,” Williford said. “I thought I was going to get one and coach (Kirby) Smart thought I was going to get one but they were recruiting me as a guard and they said they filled up there.”
Next up for Williford is a trip to Auburn on July 12 for a camp and that came as a little surprise because the Tigers just started showing more interest of late.
Williford said that he is interested in seeing what Auburn is all about when he takes his trip but he did go into a little detail about what has caught his eye with LSU and Ole Miss.
LSU—“The coaching staff and just the way everything is set up over there. They are fully loaded again and their ability to play for national championships is something anyone would like. They seem to really want me too.”
Ole Miss—“It is close to my grandparents and I’d have a good opportunity to play early there. Their coaches are awesome too, just like LSU’s, and I think they will have a good program.”
As for decision day, Williford said that he has no date in mind but he does know when he would like to make one provided he is sure of his choice.
“I want to get it done before my season starts but if I’m not 100 percent sure then I’m going to wait until I am,” he said. “I don’t want to be one of those that chooses a school and then changes his mind. When I commit then I’ll know that is where I want to go, no question.”