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Not sure how I feel about this article....
With less than a week remaining until his commitment announcement, four-star WR Mike Williams has both Clemson and USC in his ear.
This post was edited by Shawnaber 2 years ago
I didn't realize that he's already made his decision and those last visits were to reinforce it. I wonder if that is just recruit-speak and he's still weighing the pros and cons.
Also, noticed another case of abo recruiting mom, but this may be the first I've heard of working grandaddy.
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Looks like the taters, the thing that stood out to me the most is when he said he told JR he wanted to thank him for recruiting him!
This post was edited by mw1717 2 years ago
Hard to get guys when we just recruit them and Clemson throws money at every player.
I don't know man. JR going hard in the paint on this one, asking him about the SEC and all.
Pissed. I heard how easy it was to get banned over there soi took a shot at Abo and the ghey All In Picnic and only got the posted deleted. Need to brush up on my game apparently.
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