Williams Making Noise On D-Line
GamecockAnthem.com caught up with Williams last week, and the former junior college standout talked about his adjustment to the Gamecock program and much more.
Question: How much of a head start do you think you're gaining by being out here and going through spring practice?
Answer: It's going to help out a whole lot because the defensive system is a whole lot different from junior college.
Question: How are you working along with Clifton Geathers, Travian Robertson, and the other defensive line guys?
Answer: We're all working together well and competing everyday.
Question: Have any of the other players kind of helped you out since joining the team?
Answer: Oh yes, Jordin Lindsey and Casper Brinkley, because he played the same spot last year until he moved to linebacker. They helped me a whole lot, and I see Coach (Brad) Lawing a lot. He's a good coach.
Question: How did the winter workouts go for you?
Answer: They were good. They were very intense. It was a whole lot different from junior college.
Question: What is your current height and weight?
Answer: I'm 6'3 and 273 pounds.
Question: You originally committed to Mississippi State before changing your mind and signing with South Carolina last year. What helped you decide to choose the Gamecocks?
Answer: The overall program. It's a big state for me, and Carolina is an up and coming team. I think we're going to be on top this season.
Question: What goals have you set for yourself this spring?
Answer: Just to play hard. That's about it, just earn me a spot on the team.
Question: Is it nice to be back close to home?
Answer: Oh yeah, it's great. It seems like I'm at home already.
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