Clemson wideout Mike Williams came down with a spectacular one-handed catch near the sidelines at a recent spring game.
The 2015 college football season is months away from starting, but Clemson wideout Mike Williams appears to already be in mid-season form.
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The 6’3″, 205-pound sophomore hauled in a sick one-handed catch near the sidelines at the Clemson spring game on Saturday afternoon.
Take a look:
Yep, that’s a pretty filthy grab and one that has to make Tigers fans excited about the upcoming season.
However, it’s far from surprising to see Williams come down with such a catch. The South Carolina native was Clemson’s top wideout last season, posting an impressive 1,030 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 57 receptions.
This season, Williams and the Tigers will look to build upon a solid 2014 campaign that ended with a No. 15 ranking in the Coaches and AP polls as well as 40-6 victory over Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Williams had one of his best performances of the season in the bowl game, catching nine balls for 112 yards and a touchdown.
With Williams and fellow receivers Artavis Scott, Adam Humphries and Germone Hopper all returning from the 2014 team, the Tigers will certainly have a talented enough receiving core to take next the step in 2015.
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