Georgia DB enjoys trip to Clemson

Georgia DB enjoys trip to Clemson

Up from Tucker High School in Georgia, Juwaan Williams made his first visit to the Clemson campus this past weekend during the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

DB Juwaan Williams Profile

The three-star wide receiver, who's rated as the No. 91 player at the position in the class of 2013, has been offered by Clemson as a defensive back.

Williams was sure to keep a close eye on defensive backs coach Charlie Harbison while in town.

"It was great. There were a couple of my teammates there that worked at camp," he told CUTigers. "I just sat and watched coach Cheese with the DBs. It was great to get a feel for coach Cheese and how the other coaches coach the players.

"I liked the way they showed detail and coached almost all the players that were there. No matter what age they were or whether they were getting recruited by Clemson, they all wanted to see the DBs do well."

The 6-foot, 170-pound prospect thinks he would mesh well with Harbison.

"I think it would be a great opportunity. Coach Cheese is really technical in what he does. Everything he tells you, it translates to the game of football," Williams said.

Ole Miss, Florida State and Vanderbilt have also hosted Williams for visits this summer. He'll head to Notre Dame next week.

A return visit to Clemson could be in the works for July.

Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech were once mentioned as his two favorites. That's no longer the case.

"It's kind of hard to tell right now. At this point in the recruiting process, it's hard, just because you try to go see all the colleges," Williams said. "I really don't have a top two right now. I'm kind of open to all colleges that have looked at me so far."

At Tucker, he plays quarterback. As a junior, he rushed for 600 yards and scored 11 touchdowns.

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