Former South Carolina running back David Williams appeared in only nine games last season for the Gamecocks and recorded 239 yards rushing on 56 carries while running in three touchdowns. He also had nine receptions for 72 yards on the season. He decided to transfer out of the program this year and will become immediate eligible to play because he has already graduated, and it was supposed to be UConn who would employ his running skills, but he’s reversed course and will stay in the SEC:

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Williams had originally committed to UConn, but changed course when Rawleigh Williams went down for Arkansas and decided to retire from the game. Williams becomes the most experienced and oldest running back on the roster for the Razorbacks with sophomore Devwah Whaley returning with the most games seen for the team and true freshmen Chase Hayden and Maleek Williams having never taken a collegiate snap.

[h/t SEC Country]

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