Georgia commit recaps a Notre Dame visit that never happened


Current Georgia running back commit Stanley Williams recaps a visit to Notre Dame this past weekend that never actually happened. Williams is a 2014 recruit from Bethlehem, Georgia, who is just one of three early commits for the Bulldogs.

He recaps a visit that never actually happened via Blue and Gold Illustrated:

“The visit went great,” Williams said. “It was great to experience something new and different, and we had a great time at the game. I had been looking forward to it for a while, and it was great to just get out there and see a new place. I plan on getting up there a couple more times in the future.”

“We had a great talk,” Williams said about tight ends coach Scott Booker. “They said I could be expecting an offer down the road and that I’d have the chance to come play for them and go to their school. It’s nice to know that I’ll have an offer on the way, so I’m just going to wait for that patiently. Coach Booker said that he would be coming back down to Georgia to see me again, so I’m looking forward to that.”

“Before I took the visit I was very interested in them since they were coming by my school and showing interest in me,” Williams said. “After taking the visit there, they are definitely high up there on my list and a factor in my recruitment. They’re definitely an option for me to go to. I’m just looking forward to continuing building our relationship.”

247Sports’ Rusty Mansell reached out to Williams to ask if he actually visited the Irish, and his reply was “No sir.”

Even high schoolers are trolling Notre Dame.

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