Williams Dominating Senior Year

Williams Dominating Senior Year

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Williams Dominating Senior Year

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By Keith McGonigle.

2011 defensive tackle commit DeShawn Williams was one of many recruits to take in Saturdays win against North Texas.  DeShawn liked what he saw. 

“The trip to Clemson was good and atmosphere at Clemson is all ways good. I liked how we ran the ball,” said Williams. 

You may see DeShawn roaming around Clemson for one of Clemson’s upcoming games; he says that he plans on attending every home game. 

DeShawn talked to coach Rump, Scott, Brooks, and Swinney during his trip, the told him to keep his head up and keep working. 

The 6’1” 302 lbs lineman plays for the Daniel Lions who have been struggling losing their last two games, “we’re not doing to good right now, but we will get it together”

“My goal for my team is to win the region and just do our best,” said Williams. 

His team may not being playing that great but DeShawn is. 

“I am doing well. Last game had like 20 tackles. I love that I’m getting doubled teamed,” said Williams.

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