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Williams gaining more exposure

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Dwight Williams is excited for his junior season because Gardena (Calif.) Serra should have one of the better teams in Southern California and that will mean more recruiting exposure for the 2014 linebacker.
"My junior year is going to be big," Williams said. "I feel like we should definitely win CIF this year so that could help with my exposure."
Colorado has already offered the 6-foot-1, 197-pound outside linebacker who shined this past weekend at the Southern Cal Rivals.com Showcase Powered by FBU Select at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.
Williams will be in Atlanta in a few weeks for the Rivals.com Five-Star Challenge and he's definitely excited about participating in one of the biggest events this off-season.
"It is a really big thing," Williams said. "I'm looking forward to going and I get to compete with the top guys from around the nation. I'm always looking forward to competing so this will be great."
Arizona State, Oregon State and many other programs have stopped by Gardena Serra in recent weeks and Williams is one of the top targets.
It has been a busy time for Williams and things could get even more hectic once his junior season gets underway.
As for Colorado, Williams said he likes the Buffaloes a lot and has developed a good relationship with linebackers coach Brian Cabral.
"I've been talking to plenty of coaches that have stopped by my school," Williams said. "There are a bunch of schools that have come down.
"Coach Cabral, the linebackers coach, came down to see me about two weeks ago and I've talked to him. I like him. It's been good with them."
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