2017 ATH talks South Carolina camp experience

Class of 2017 Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer athlete Jamyest Williams already has offers from some of the country's top programs, but even after a strong camp showing at South Carolina, he's still waiting on the Gamecocks to pull the trigger.
"Basically what they told me is that they want me to be a little taller," said the 5-foot-9 Williams, who boasts offers from Michigan, Clemson and others. "He said if I grow a couple more inches that they'll offer me."
It's still very early in the process for Williams, and even without an offer he said he was impressed with the South Carolina coaches and campus.
"It was really nice," he said. "I finally got a really good feel for everything. I came last year to the regular camp but this is little more special. I like it out here it's really nice. I met a lot of assistant coaches and guys I hadn't talked to before and I got a real good feel for how things go now. It felt good to get out on the field and workout with the coaches"
Williams has offers on both sides of the ball and said he's open to playing either way in college.
"I'm still an athlete," said Williams, who worked out at defensive back for the South Carolina coaches. "I still play running back and slot receiver but they see me on defense. I'm willing to do whatever helps me be successful."