Taz Williams visited Alabama Tuesday for the first time since picking up an offer from the Crimson Tide in January.
Williams is a sophomore at Red Oak High School in Texas. He holds 28 offers with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and others.
The Crimson Tide became the 19th program to offer Williams on Jan. 26. He got to Tuscaloosa Tuesday and got to meet Nick Saban and sit in on Alabama’s team meetings during his visit.
“It was great,” Williams told Touchdown Alabama. “I really liked the facilities, campus and how they prepared for practice. I was in the position meeting with them, and I picked up a few things just in that hour of being in there.”
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Saban sat down with Williams and gave the Texas product some helpful advice during their short conversation.
“It was a great experience,” said Williams. “I learned a lot from him just in that little bit of time we talked. Coach Saban also talked to me about all the resources they have for athletes to succeed and how they can present themselves on and off the field.”
Williams gave his thoughts on the Alabama program as a whole after his visit.
“Knowing that they are the standard of college football and that they have produced a lot of players, they have become very successful,” Williams said. “They also have amazing life after football programs and programs for athletes to stay out of trouble.”
The 6-foot, 175-pounder is one of the better route runners in the 2025 recruiting class. He can create separation off the line of scrimmage and get open by making moves at the top of his routes while smoothly getting out of his breaks. He looks impressive running the entire route tree.
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Alabama will continue to build their relationship with Williams.
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Justin Smith is the Director of Recruiting for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith