DL Close To UM Commitment?

With a head coach that used to play at the University of Miami, this talented defensive lineman was very disruptive in his season opener last week. He talked about Miami's blowout of Florida last Saturday and why the Hurricanes are the top school on his current list of choices.

Sebastian River kicked its season off last weekend in impressive fashion by defeating Deltona Pine Ridge by the score of 20-6. Defensive end Kevin Williams was the most disruptive player on the field.

"I had a pretty good game," Williams said. "I finished with 6 or 7 tackles, two sacks, and I was getting pressure a lot."

At 6-foot-7 and 270 pounds, Williams is coached by former UM tight end Randy Bethel. Inside the classroom, Williams will be taking the SAT on Sept 28, hoping to score an 820.

The standout defensive end said recruiting has picked up again this month.

"Some schools have been calling but I've only been able to talk to two of them since I'm never home," he said. "I talked to Miami and Vanderbilt so far. My top three are Miami, Florida State, and Florida."

Williams talked more about the Hurricanes.

"They're still No. 1 on my list," he said. "They really beat up the Gators. They're just trying to get me down there and asking for a visit and stuff like that. I'm going to visit them in December and see how it goes. I'm not sure when I'll make my decision, but Miami's on top and I think I could fit in real well there."

Williams and his team takes on Lake Wales this Friday in Game 2.

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