Greg Williams has had quite the eventful senior season.

Interim head football coach Eric Pack took over the program in late June and Swansea didn't even win a game until late in the season. But the Tigers ended the regular season with three straight victories and then used that momentum to win an overtime playoff game at Manning.

Williams and the Tigers saw their season end at Dillon, but he has a chance to end his career with a win in Saturday's Shrine Bowl. For Greg, he has come to Spartanburg not shy about telling people about his school.

"A lot of people didn't know where I came from because there's a lot of "S's" around here," he said.

"But I came up here with a lot of pride because Swansea has a long tradition. So, I have to make sure I represent my school."

Williams is a Clemson commit who hopes to provide visual evidence on Saturday as to why he was pursued by Brent Venables and the Tiger coaches.