Williams had to take a step back

Williams had to take a step back

Antonio Williams committed to North Carolina a couple of years out from signing his letter of intent, so he wanted to open things back up, and take a fresh look at his recruitment...

In-state school North Carolina had Antonio Williams commitment very early in the recruiting process, but it was too early.

Plenty of other schools continued to recruit the four-star running back out of New London (N.C.) North Stanly and as he listened, he felt guilty.

He decided to take a step back, start over again, and he now likes Auburn, Florida, and Wisconsin. Williams camped at Florida in June, he visited Auburn in July, and he talks about his top three, and much more with Scout here.

Williams talks recruiting:

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