The Notre Dame football program continues to beat the University of Michigan in recruiting, this time landing 2024 WR Cam Williams.
On Wednesday evening, the Notre Dame football program landed 2024 wide receiver Cam Williams out of Michigan. Williams has been seen as a big-time Michigan lean for quite some time now.
He has even gone on the record in saying he used to hate Notre Dame football because of it. But that was before he took visits and built relationships with the staff and current Irish commits. There was something special clearly that made Williams reconsider and ultimately decide Notre Dame was the place for him.
His last visit was just this past month for Irish Invasion and impressed during his workout. At the moment Williams holds 24 offers from the likes of Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, and many others.
What will Williams bring to the Notre Dame football program?
The 6’2 185-pound wideout who’s well-rounded at all phases of his game will bring quickness, athleticism, and vertical ability to the offense. He gets out of his break quickly and efficiently and has nice hands to bring in any ball that comes his way.
He isn’t a burner but running a 4.47 isn’t bad at all for a soon-to-be junior, with plenty of room to improve on his speed. I like him holding down the middle of the field, he isn’t afraid to get physical and make those tough catches, in the slot position especially.
With Williams making it official, the 2024 class now holds five pledges and adds to the No. 1 overall class according to 247Sports.com, with two being on defense and now three on the offensive side. A big reason for his interest and ultimately pulling the trigger for the Irish that can’t be looked over is clearly the addition of 5-star quarterback CJ Carr, who he has built a great relationship with.
The Irish are gunning for the top class in 2023 and 2024, here’s an update on where things stand with Notre Dame Football on the recruiting trail.
Receiving passes from an elite arm is big here and Williams knows that. Wide receiver coach Chansi Stuckey has to get a ton of credit too, rightfully so. He has been a great addition to the staff already and I don’t see that slowing down.