— Cameron Williams (@getfreshcam) January 21, 2018
CAMERON WILLIAMS (247 | ESPN | Rivals | hudl | Twitter)
CLASS OF 19
HOLLYWOOD, FL (CHAMINADE-MADONNA PREP)
In-state 2019 DE Cameron Williams flips from Florida to Miami
Corey Knapp Florida – SEC Country
2:52 p.m Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018
Literally minutes after the Gators got great news for their 2018 recruiting class, they got less than stellar news for their 2019 class.
Cameron Williams, a 3-star defensive end from Hollywood, Fla., in the class of 2019, announced his decision to flip his commitment from Florida to Miami on his Twitter account on Saturday night.
247Sports lists Williams as the 30th-best weak side defensive end in the country and 70-ranked overall player in the state of Florida. He had been committed to the Gators since July 2017, while also having an SEC offer from Kentucky. Miami offered him in December.
Williams has great size, standing at 6 feet 5 inches and weighing 215 pounds. Miami head coach Mark Richt will hope to hold onto him through the next year or so until he is allowed to officially sign with the Hurricanes.