Williams signs financial paperwork

It's not a new commitment story for Nebraska, but it is a story about commitment. Aaron Williams, a member of the 2015 class for Nebraska, signed his financial paperwork and plans to enroll early in Lincoln.

Aaron Williams from Atlanta (Ga.) Carver is looking his senior season square in the face. The Nebraska commit has been out on the field practicing with his teammates for nearly a month.

"We started practice three weeks ago," Williams said. "We have been back in school since August 4th."

Along with school comes the season though. Williams says that there is a scrimmage this weekend and the first game is around the corner. Williams wants to savor his senior season.

"I am anxious to get out there and and get back into the game. We have a practice game this Friday and have a real game next Saturday. I just want to enjoy my senior season."

One of the big reasons why Williams will enjoy his senior year is because he committed early to Nebraska. He solidified that commitment by signing the financial paperwork with Nebraska a day ago as well just like Avery Anderson and Eric Lee.

"I signed the financial paperwork with Nebraska after they emailed it to me. I actually signed it yesterday. They can contact me more now, we can text each other and I think that I will get the playbook too.

There has never been a question about Williams commitment to the Huskers. He says that the action of signing the paperwork though speaks volumes about where his heart is at.

"I think that it says a lot about my loyalty," Williams said. "I have been talking with all of the commitments over a group text. Avery Anderson and Eric Lee know that I signed the paperwork and they congratulated me. I will be ready to graduate early and enroll at Nebraska in January."

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