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Bates thinks Clemson fans will love Williams

The first time Todd Bates saw Clemson freshman defensive end Jordan Williams play in person, Williams was on the basketball court.  After joining Clemson’s staff as the new defensive line coach in January, Bates went out on the recruiting trail to watch Williams — a standout two-sport athlete at Frank W. Cox High School in Virginia Beach, Va. — who was a Clemson commitment at the...
Via The Clemson Insider
July 25, 2017

Swinney, Wilkins excited about freshman DL Williams

Dabo Swinney and Christian Wilkins were talking on Clemson’s team plane Wednesday while en route to ACC media days when freshman defensive end Jordan Williams came up in the conversation. “We’re really excited about Jordan,” Swinney said at the ACC Football Kickoff in Charlotte on Thursday. “We signed two D-linemen, he and Justin Foster from up here in North Carolina. Excited about...
Via The Clemson Insider
July 15, 2017

A fresh look at the freshmen: Jordan Williams

The remaining 10 members of Clemson’s 2017 signing class arrived on campus June 25, joining early enrollees Hunter Johnson, Logan Rudolph, Baylon Spector and Blake Vinson. The Clemson Insider gives a scouting report on each of the newcomers. We break down what the player does best, what he can do to earn playing time as a freshman, his future outlook and more. Name: Jordan Williams...
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July 02, 2017

Williams ‘ready to hit the ground running’ with defending champs

Clemson’s signees in the class of 2017 are just days away from joining the defending national champions. With the exception of the four early enrollees — Hunter Johnson, Logan Rudolph, Baylon Spector and Blake Vinson — the other 10 members of the class will report to campus on Sunday to begin their Clemson careers. Among them will be former blue-chip recruit and U.S. Army All-American...
Via The Clemson Insider
June 20, 2017

Mizzou losing three players to transfer

Defensive tackle Evan Winston, offensive lineman Jordan Williams and safety Shaun Rupert all plan to leave Missouri, according to PowerMizzou.com.  Both linemen are currently redshirt juniors, while Rupert is a redshirt sophomore. No reason for their decisions has publicly been announced nor have any players stated where they plan to transfer.  With Winston and Williams now no longer...
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