Daniel DB Jerrodd Williams (6-0 185) picked up an offer Saturday from Virginia Tech while at camp and committed to the Hokies. Monday, he picked up an offer from USC while at camp, and remained committed to Virginia Tech.
"My decision is not going to change," Williams said. "I told them I was going to commit there and I like to keep my word. I loved the campus and the coaching staff. They treated me like family."
Williams, who had 68 tackles and four interceptions last season, gave a demonstration of his skills to the USC coaches Monday.
"Steve Spurrier offered after I did a little workout and ran my forty," he said. "I ran a 4.4. Saturday, they worked me pretty good and I was a little sore. On fresh legs, I'm a legit 4.3."
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Williams will visit other schools for camps.
"Clemson and Georgia are talking about offerring when I got to their camps," he said. "And North Carolina said they will offer when I camp there June 20th. But I'm not sure I'm going to that one."
Williams will be at Clemson Thursday, but he says the Tigers won't be able to change his mind, either.
"I've been around Clemson all my life," he said. "Clemson is cool, but I think it's time to get away."