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Nation’s No. 1 QB for 2021 Plans Visit to LSU
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The more points a college football offense scores, the more attention it receives. It certainly helps if the team is really good, too, but every high school signal caller’s dream is scoring touchdowns on the big stage at the next level. Gonzaga’s Caleb Williams is no different.

Rated as a four-star recruit and in the Top 20 nationally by both 247Sports and Rivals, the dual-threat quarterback from Washington D.C. is electric every time he steps on the football field. It’s no secret why some of the top programs are after the 2021 superstar on the football recruiting trail.

It’s only heating up, too.

QB Caleb Williams Recruiting

With over 20 big-time offers to his name and counting, Williams is being pursued by some of the top teams in NCAA college football. Programs such as Georgia, LSU, Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn State, Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon, Stanford, Texas A&M, and USC have all offered him.

Williams, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound quarterback, has been busy taking unofficial visits, too.

So far, he’s visited Clemson, Georgia, and Penn State twice already. You can add LSU to that mix, too, because Williams announced he will be in Baton Rouge, Louisiana when the Tigers face Texas A&M on November 30.

Williams also attended the LSU Elite Prospect Camp earlier this summer.

As long as LSU remains in the College Football Playoff hunt each year, Ed Orgeron and his coaching staff are going to continue to get more and more attention. The way the Tigers’ offense performed during the 2019 season definitely makes LSU a more attractive destination, too.

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Caleb Williams Highlights

Although he’s more of a dual-threat QB than a pro-style quarterback, Williams certainly has the arm strength to make big-time throws under pressure for the Eagles. He continues to do that in the DMV and watching his highlight types should make fans excited to see him for the 2021 college football season.

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It’s going to be a little while until we know where Caleb Williams will play, but just understand he will have his choice of pretty much any top school in the country. He’s that good.

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With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
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