Scout.com spoke with David Williams about his commitment to the Arkansas Razorbacks and his thoughts on the recent problems inside the program.
January 26, 2007
Scout.com three-star tight end David Williams committed to the Razorbacks in September and took his official visit December 15.
December 22, 2006
Scout.com three-star tight end David Williams, from Central Arkansas Christian gave his verbal commitment to the University of Arkansas, and he talks of his injury during his senior season. He talks of the Razorbacks' season as well.
November 21, 2006
Central Arkansas Christian tight end David Williams (6-4, 245) talks about his decison to commit to the University of Arkansas, which he did over Oklahoma State at a press conference at his school on Monday morning.
September 25, 2006
Central Arkansas Christian tight end David Williams (6-4, 245, 4.63) will announce whether he will play his college football for Arkansas or Oklahoma State during a press conference Monday morning at his school.
September 24, 2006
In his weekly recruiting column for Hawgs Illustrated and The Morning News of Northwest Arkansas, Dudley E. Dawon chats with CAC tight end David Williams (6-3, 245).
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September 18, 2006
Central Arkansas Christian tight end/defensive end D.J. Williams (6-5, 247, 4.8) did everything in his power to help CAC try to defeat rival Pulaski Academy on Friday night. Pulaski prevailed 36-34 by holding off a late two-point conversion by CAC. Williams made several big catches in the ballgame and on defense was a force. He is very deserving of being one of the top prospects in the state.
September 10, 2006
Facing a big-time deficit at halftime to archrival Pulaski Academy, CAC's David Williams (6-3, 245) and Joseph Adams (6-1, 175) helped rally their team back into a tie game only to suffer a heartbreaking loss when two tipped passes don't go their way.
September 8, 2006