Dallas Carter DT Vincent Williams Commits

Dallas Carter DT <b>Vincent Williams</b> attended the Texas A&M Spring Game and had such a good time, he didn't leave College Station without giving <b>Dennis Franchione</b> and Gang his verbal.<p>

"It just felt right and that's the type of atmosphere I want to be in," explained Vincent Williams regarding his decision to pull the commitment trigger at the Maroon & White Game.

The Texas A&M coaches jumping on Williams early and working him harder than anyone else factored into the decision making process, as well.

"Me and Coach (Stan) Eggen have a real good relationship," Williams said. "I really had a good relationship with all the A&M coaches. I've talked to them so much that it feels somewhat like family. And the program just fits what I like to do. That's why I committed."

The state's No. 12th-ranked prospect adds more pop to the middle of the Wrecking Crew D…

"I had 20-something sacks and 50-something tackles last year as a junior."

Not too shabby...

So has he decided to stop looking around?

The 6-3, 265-pounder said Texas A&M is where he wants to be and where he thinks he'll be come Signing Day, '05. For now, he said he plans on making a couple of summer camps. One of which will have him at the Dallas MSL camp at SMU May 22-23.

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