What Antonio Williams’s Emergence Means For This Offense 

What Antonio Williams’s Emergence Means For This Offense 

Through two games with the Clemson offense, we have learned a lot about where this team is headed. We have seen improvements from DJ Uiagalelei, strides made within the running game, and much more. The consistent answer in times of need is none other than freshman wideout Antonio Williams. 

For the season, Antonio has logged seven catches for seventy-six yards. The freshman product out of Dutch Fork caught the attention of everyone on the team, coaches and players alike. Streeter had this to say about Williams on Saturday night following Clemson’s win over Furman. 

“I’m just super pleased with Antonio; his hard work is showing, man. He’s savvy, and nothing freaks him out. There is no stage too big for him, and as a freshman coming in during the summertime, he just does not mess up at practice. He’s a player who we have thrown a lot at him. It has been fun to watch him.” 

Clemson has needed a receiver with Antonio Williams’s skill set. He reminds you of an Amari Rodgers-type player, who can find weak spots in the zone and be a guy you can rely on when you need a crucial first down. You can already see this in the limited action that he has seen, catching third-down balls in Atlanta and making an athletic grab on a scramble play from DJ. 

Despite it only being two games into the season, Antonio has proven in these first two weeks what he brings to the table, continuing to get better and grow as a player. 

Antonio looks to help the Tigers win their third straight next Saturday against Louisiana Tech.

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