"I took a picture with him and put it on Twitter," Williams said. "I was just asking him how was it like, the life and living that lifestyle after being one of the best corners to play college football."
The sophomore Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer cornerback swung by MSU for a camp this weekend as part of a bus tour which has featured stops at places like Kentucky, Sound Mind Sound Body and will head to Michigan on Monday. He said he really enjoyed what he saw at Michigan State.
"I loved Michigan State," he said. "It's all the stuff they have, the facilities and how they talked about the academics. It was a great experience walking around and seeing it all."
As for the camp, he said he learned a lot of new things from the coaches, including head coach Mark Dantonio, while defensive backs coach Harlon Barnett liked what he saw from the 5-foot-8 corner.
"He said he liked me a lot and he told me to give him a call later on and just talk with him a little bit," Williams said.
On Williams' end, he likes the Spartans style of play and said an offer would be meaningful if it comes.
"I know they love man to man and pressing and that is what I love to do. I love pressing, it's great," he said. "(An offer) would be a lot. That would definitely be one of the schools I would look in to a lot."
Williams picked up an offer from Cincinnati at Sound Mind Sound Body and also added one from Kentucky on the bus tour. He now holds seven offers, which also includes Clemson, Georgia Tech and Wake Forest.