"I really enjoyed it," Michael Williams said from Reform-Pickens County, (Ala.). "They treated us real well. We got to tour the facilities, and all the facilities are great."
"I talked to coach Pendry, coach Saban, coach Middleton--I talked to just about all the coaches. It's a great staff that brings a lot of experience to the table. I think this staff is going to make Alabama one of the best teams in the country."
Williams speaks about other teams recruiting him as well.
"I hear from Auburn, Georgia Tech and Alabama," he said. "I'm a solid commitment to Alabama though. I only have plans of attending one camp right now, and that's Alabama's."
Michael Williams caught 24 passes for 375 yards and four touchdowns during his junior campaign. He also carried the ball twice for 85 yards and two touchdowns. Williams recorded 66 tackles and 11 sacks from his defensive end position.
When asked of his upcoming senior season Williams replied, "We have a lot of guys coming back this year, and we're going to try to make a run at the state. We have some guys that were 10th graders last season that need to step up as juniors, and we'll be in good shape."
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