'Nique Talks Boston College

'Nique Talks Boston College

Brockton, Mass., product Dominique Williams committed to Boston College back in December and spoke with Scout.com on Wednesday night about why he chose to become an Eagle.

Brockton High School cornerback Dominique Williams is excited to be a part of the Boston College family and the 5-foot-11, 196-pounder talked about why he is with Scout.com this week.

"I haven't taken my official visit yet, but I did attend camps there and took plenty of unofficial visits," Williams said. "My official visit will be some time this month, but I don't have a definite date though."

"I gave my verbal commitment to Coach Sean Devine and he had a big smile, gave me a hug and really made me feel at home," Williams added. "I talked to Coach Mike Siravo and Coach Spaziani and they were just all really excited to have me up there and just welcomed me to the Eagle Family."

"I picked Boston College because I grew up around the program," Williams stated. "My uncle (Michael Williams) played football for them, so I used to go to games and watch him play all the time and I really just grew up around it. Boston College is also just a great school, so I know that if football doesn't work out I'll be in a great place coming out into the workforce. The other thing that really caught my eye was the campus life in Chestnut Hill. I spent a few days up there at camp and spent a lot of time with the other players there and really enjoyed my time there. I really felt like it was home and I definitely saw it as a place where I would be comfortable at for four or five years."

As a senior, Williams had three interceptions and returned two for touchdowns and also added roughly 60 tackles. He was named All-Scholastic for the Boston Globe and Boston Herald.

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