With Williams’ and Lawrence, Auburn now has 14 players committed for its 2014 recruiting class. Scout now has Auburn's class ranked 16th nationally, while the Tigers are No. 15 by 247sports and No. 18 by Rivals.
Williams is a huge get for the Tigers, since he’s widely considered the top junior college receiver in the country. Last year at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Williams reeled in 67 receptions for 1,295 yards with 17 touchdowns. Though he committed to LSU in May, he withdrew his decision shortly after. He announced his commitment to the Tigers while on his official visit this weekend. Williams is set to join his teammate and friend from Mississippi Gulf Coast, safety Derrick Moncrief, who committed to Auburn this spring.
The Tigers’ other pick-up on Sunday comes from Georgia Military College. Lawrence is a 6-foot-3, 280-pound defensive tackle, who redshirted at GMC last season after joining the team late in the fall, but with five seniors on Auburn’s defensive line set to graduate at the end of this season, Lawrence could potentially figure into the rotation on the Tigers’ 2014 defensive line immediately.