4-star CB Jamyest Williams moving decision timing up

4-star CB Jamyest Williams moving decision timing up


4-star CB Jamyest Williams moving decision timing up


Four-star Loganville (Ga.) Grayson cornerback Jamyest Williams was in attendance at Clemson’s fifth-annual All In Cookout this weekend.

The Clemson Insider caught up with Williams about his experience.

“I really enjoyed myself.  It was a great time.  We did all kinds of activities like a donut eating contest and Madden.  We got to tour the new facility,” Williams told The Clemson Insider.

Who won the donut eating contest?

“I think it was the linemen,” replied Williams.

During the visit Williams got to spend some quality time with coach Reed and coach Venables.

“It went pretty good.  Coach Reed talked with me and my father.  He just told me they are looking for another top corner like me.  Coach V said the same thing,” said Williams.

After visiting the All In Cookout Jamyest made the trip to Columbia for their pool party/cookout on Saturday.

“It went good.  I had a great time there also.  I just hung out with some of the top guys they want.  It was a good bonding experience,” said Williams.

After visiting both rivals did any visit stand out?

“I feel the same about both.  They are both equal,” replied Williams.

Jamyest said his decision time is changing.

“I am going to make a decision soon.  I am not ready yet, but it will be sooner.  It will be some time during my season,” said Williams.

Another visit is on tap for the summer.

“I am going to visit Georgia.  Then I will take some official visits.  I am still making the official visit list.  I am going to release it on Twitter,” said Williams.

Grayson teammate Chase Brice is working hard to convince Jamyest to join the Tigers.

“He is on me all day.  He tells me its like a family at Clemson.  He says you want to be around guys that love to work just like I do,” said Williams.

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