his best friend, Kennon Fontenot, is going to oklahoma state...this could play a big part
no doubt about that, I have my doubts about Noil ever playing WR at LSU for that very reason
i think he will be a tiger too, more power to him for weighing his options
not a racially motivated comment but you don't normally see talented white kids from la. with connections to LSU (parent, sibling at LSU) play around with LSU like quinn is. there is something that is pulling him away from LSU or he would be committed by now. not saying where he will end up but I would have thought he would be right behind clapp in committing
I stood next to him Saturday and he is 5'11, believe it or not. Not that it really matters that much. I call BS on the 200 lbs number as well.
im a big proponent of putting all ATH on defense. If you arent a prototypical WR then play defense...at lsu, at least
“He is in good shape academically,” Campbell said. “If he can continue to do what he has done, he should be in position to leave here at Christmastime and enroll (at a four-year school).”
LSU has been the school most closely associated with Williams. He verbaled to LSU on May 15, only to reconsider and de-commit on June 5.
“They are still in the running, but they aren’t showing me much interest,” Williams said of LSU. “They think they will just come in at the end and I will commit. But it doesn’t work like that. It’s a business. When I mean business, you have to work your way in with that player and get to know him and his family and his friends. They haven’t done that yet.”
Other schools that have been involved with Williams include Auburn, Texas A&M, Texas and Alabama. Here were his comments on those schools:
On Auburn -- “That will be one of my official visit schools. Their coaching staff is good and I liked the environment and the way they treated me when I was at their spring game. They treat you like you are one of them.”