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Courtney Williams Opens Eyes With Play

There are a large number of football players capable of playing major college football who, for one reason or another, go unnoticed by the recruiters. Camps and combines provide these athletes an opportunity to show what they can do. Michigan wide receiver/safety Courtney Williams opened a few eyes with his play at a recent 7 on 7 camp in Ann Arbor.

Courtney Williams is being evaluated by a number of college football programs. Listed as a safety, the Melvindale, Michigan athlete played only wide receiver at the Badger Sport/New Level Athletics 7 on 7 camp in Ann Arbor recently and proceeded to star for his team. The well-built 6'-2", 200 pounder is competitive and has good awareness on the field. He is willing to play either offense or... Recommended Stories

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