"I was just sitting here talking about everything with my mom. He was here for about an hour and a half. We talked about building the future and building blocks of a team," Williams said. "I thought that he was pretty laid back and calm. I really liked him. He's a real people person. That the right type of coach for me."
Then this week, the news broke Riley would retain current secondary coach and fellow Georgia native Charlton Warren as the Huskers' defensive back coach.
"It's great," said Williams. "I hope he stayed."
On Wednesday, Scout highlighted the three-star defensive back in their Spotlight series.
The senior has a highlight film full of big hits on receivers and running backs.
"Receivers don't like me getting physical with them,' said Williams.
Stay turned for more Nebraska prospect/commits in Scout's Spotlight series.