Posted June 20, 2012 on recruiting.scout.com
Bethlehem (Pa.) Liberty High receiver K.J. Williams camped at Penn State and Rutgers and recently added his first offer. He is also hearing from Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Maryland, and he spoke to Scout.com about it all. Also, his sophomore highlights are attached.
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