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WEB EXTRA: Former high school standout receiver to play for MSU

January 10, 2006

The MSU football team added another speedy receiver when T.J. Williams, who was originally set to attend Clemson, signed a national letter of intent with the Spartans on Saturday.

Williams spent a semester at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia after failing to academically qualify. The three-star receiver has since qualified and will enroll at MSU later this week, Rivals.com reported. He was ready to enroll at Clemson, but an incident in prep school caused the Clemson coaches to go in a different direction.

Prior to being at prep school, Williams was a standout at Leon High School in Florida, where he had 37 receptions for 740 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound receiver was the No. 39 wide receiver coming out of high school, according to Rivals.com.

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