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Williams, Future Horns Air It Out In Austin

Williams, Future Horns Air It Out In Austin

Nearly all of Texas' 19 commits for 2007 convened for the first time in Austin Sunday as part of the first of two Longhorn football mini-camps for prep standouts. Inside Texas caught up with Four-Star WR Malcolm Williams, fresh off of his first session of pass-and-catch with both of Texas' highly touted QB verbals.

The 6-3, 205-pound Garland-product ('s national No. 6 at his position) was at the Forty Acres for Sunday's Day-Camp, but the seven hours on campus gave Williams the chance not only to meet future teammates but to get some work in with Five-Star QB John Brantley (Trinity Catholic, Florida) and Four-Star QB John Chiles (Mansfield Summit). "There were a lot of Texas commits out there. I... Recommended Stories

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