Published December 18, 2013 - 5:59pmNEW: Follow on facebook -
D’haquille Williams was committed to LSU earlier this year, then he dropped them over the summer to latch on with Auburn. Then, in recent weeks, it seemed like he was drifting back towards LSU.
Well, it’s all over, Auburn fans: The No. 1 junior college player in the country has signed his letter of intent with Auburn. The worrying is over.
Williams is an electrifying wide receiver out of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound target put up eye-popping numbers for two years, using his uncanny knack for playing the position, plus his 4.4 speed, to distance himself from defenders–and other wide receiver recruits, as far as in the eye of college coaches.
Williams and JUCO teammate Derrick Moncrief both signed on Wednesday–the first day JUCO players can sign letters of intent. Also signing was lineman Xavier Dampeer and former Tennessee commit DaVonte Lambert, who switched schools just today.