Story Poster
Photo by Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Clemson Football

Clemson wide receiver plans to enter Transfer Portal

December 4, 2022

Clemson wide receiver E.J. Williams‍ announced that he's headed into the transfer portal via his Twitter earlier this evening. He was a consensus four-star recruit coming out of high school.

Notes from on Williams:

2022: Caught an eight-yard pass at Georgia Tech … gained 38 yards on three catches vs. Furman … added a reception vs. No. 10 NC State … caught a nine-yard pass vs. Louisville.

2021: Recorded nine receptions for 66 yards over 250 snaps in eight games (two starts) … caught one pass vs. No. 5 Georgia … added a 10-yard reception vs. SC State … made a special teams tackle at NC State … recorded three catches for 30 yards vs. Boston College … caught two passes for eight yards vs. Florida State … had a seven-yard reception at Louisville … caught an 11-yard pass vs. UConn.

2020: Posted 306 yards on 24 receptions, both fifth on the team, adding two touchdown catches in 396 snaps over 12 games (four starts) … caught a six-yard pass in his collegiate debut at Wake Forest … tied for the team lead with three receptions vs. The Citadel, gaining 58 yards … caught one pass vs. No. 7 Miami … gained 29 yards on two receptions at Georgia Tech … caught two passes for 22 yards vs. Syracuse … gained 24 yards on two receptions vs. Boston College … caught an eight-yard pass at No. 4 Notre Dame … recorded his first career touchdown reception amidst a three-catch, 38-yard day vs. Pitt … posted career highs with four receptions for 80 yards in ACC Championship Game vs. No. 2 Notre Dame, including a 33-yard touchdown catch and a highlight-reel one-handed grab … had five catches for 45 yards in Sugar Bowl vs. No. 3 Ohio State.

Discussion from...

Clemson wide receiver plans to enter Transfer Portal

2,080 Views | 0 Replies | Last: 1 yr ago by lukewinstel
There are not any replies to this post yet.
Page 1 of 1
subscribe Verify your student status
See Subscription Benefits
Trial only available to users who have never subscribed or participated in a previous trial.