Williams talks about commitment

Commitment No. 11 is in the books for the Huskers. Aaron Williams from Atlanta (Ga.) Carver came away impressed with Nebraska following his visit and thought about committing that weekend.

Aaron Williams is a Husker! The 5-foot-11 and 181-pound defensive back from Atlanta (Ga.) Carver had his spring game tonight and at halftime made his commitment announcement.

"We had our spring game tonight and I committed to Nebraska at halftime," Williams said. "I've been wanting to commit since I took the visit. I like the program and how they take care of their players."

Williams committed to his position and recruiting coach earlier this evening. The Nebraska assistant coach was excited to get the commitment from Williams.

"I called Coach Charlton Warren to let him know I wanted to commit. He was really happy when I called. He said that he's looking forward to coaching me for the next four years at Nebraska."

Williams visited Nebraska for the spring game. It was a great weekend to visit for a number of reasons, but one of the biggest was because of the 2015 class commitments in attendance. Williams had an opportunity to meet players like Avery Anderson and Eric Lee while in Lincoln.

"Those guys were great on my visit," Williams said. "They made me feel real welcome and we have been staying in touch. In fact, I need to call them to let them know that I committed."

Carver is done with their spring and the attention will now shift to workouts and 7-on-7. Williams will play both ways this season. He says that he will be in the secondary at will play a couple of different spots on offense.

"We are going to start focusing on the off-season and our 7-on-7 tournament at the end of the month. I will be playing both ways in 7-on-7 and this fall playing safety, quarterback and wide receiver."

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