Former Auburn commitment in touch with USC

November 28, 2012 

Wide receiver JaQuay Williams (6-3 215) of Fork Union Prep, Va., decommitted from Auburn earlier this week and has made contact with South Carolina, according to his coach.

John Shuman said Wednesday that Williams e-mailed USC recruiter Brad Lawing Tuesday to express his interest in the Gamecocks. Shuman said Lawing may get up to Fork Union this week to visit with Williams.

Williams is a native of Tyrone, Ga. He has taken official visits to Texas A&M and Georgia.

He is a four-star prospect and the third-best prep school prospect in this class, according to 247Sports.

Williams is on track to complete his work at the prep school Dec. 14 and be eligible under NCAA guidelines.

Williams had been committed to Auburn since June of 2011 but pulled his pledge after the coaching change there.

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