Another day, another Tennessee offer to a California based prospect. The Vols extended an offer to Cameron Williams on Wednesday once again attempting to widen their footprint by heading out west.
This has been a theme since Jeremy Pruitt has arrived. Tennessee was able to pull two California products last recruiting cycle, landing quarterback JT Shrout and edge rusher Jordan Allen. They were also able to land two JUCO players from Arizona Western College in Yuma. It’s truly been a national effort to this point for Jeremy Pruitt and company.
The latest western offer goes to Cameron Williams — a four-star athlete out of Bakersfield.
Excited to say that I have received another offer from the University of Tennessee #GoVols pic.twitter.com/W2NMxVgC55— C-Breezy (@Camwilliam6) June 28, 2018
Williams would likely be a defensive back for Tennessee. He’s rated as the 307th ranked player in the nation and 47th ranked player in California, according to 247 Sports.
His offer list has a heavy Pac-12 lean, with schools like USC, Oregon, Arizona and Washington all over him. In fact, Williams has already committed — and decommitted from Oregon this spring. Now Tennessee and Florida have thrown their hats in the ring.
Williams’ crystal ball projections are a 50-50 split between Oregon and USC, with the Trojans trending up as of late.