During a recent visit to LSU, North Carolina offensive tackle commit William Sweet ran into Baton Rouge rapper Lil Booise.

Boosie had some great advice for the four-star prospect from Jacksonville, FL (First Coast HS): "Go to LSU."

Williams is 6'5", 280-pounds and is rated as the 42nd best player in the state of Florida and the 32nd best offensive tackle in the country. He has been committed to UNC since April 12th 2014.

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dude looks like anthony davis without the unibrow
Reply80 months
Nobody cares about rick ross... Dude couldn't find LSU on a map of baton rouge. I remember laughing at boosie bitching about a LSU basketball loss on a mixtape, that is a fan.
Reply80 months
How does a recruit "run into" Boosie? Whatever works tho
Reply80 months
Rick Ross rocked an LSU jacket during their National Championship run with 'Honey Badger' on the team. As a matter of fact, he had it on in one of his videos. Therefore, Rick Ross 'ROCKED IT' in his video. Some people need get their facts together before making ridiculous comments. There is nothing funny in this video when it reaches a 1:46. Geaux Tigers!

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Reply80 months
Go to LSU

And please don't go to UNC
Reply80 months
Sweet finna Set It Off in this muthafricka
Reply80 months
Only rapper to rock LSU gear? Rick Ross laughs at that.




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Reply80 months
Put on dat yella jersey mahn.
Reply80 months
boosie is a true fighting tigers fan. he has so much love for lsu. hes the only rapper ive ever seen rock tigers gear.
Reply80 months
Lil Boosie has to be on the payroll somehow
Reply80 months
If Sweet came to LSU, it would be Badazz.
Reply80 months
Dude looks like he is related to Anthony Davis. Haha
Reply80 months
"I have no idea who Lil Boosie is, but I agree with him."

GTFO!!!
Reply80 months
I have no idea who Lil Boosie is, but I agree with him.
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