Williams last visited Rutgers for the spring game and will make a return trek to campus next Sunday following Rivals 3-stripe Camp
“They showed a crazy amount of love. From me to my mom,” the 6-1, 185-pound Williams told NJ.com. “The amount of love they showed to me and my family was crazy. When you have a great bond with a head coach. First of all, let’s get this across. There aren’t too many head coaches out there that will take it upon themselves to text you almost everyday just to see how you’re doing, see how you’re doing in school, basically wanting to be involved with you.
“It turned out it was literally the complete opposite of how I thought it was gonna turn out,” he said. “That kind of made our relationship better. I feel like that built our bond better.”
Williams last visited Rutgers for the spring game and will make a return trek to campus next Sunday following Rivals 3-stripe Camp, which will be held at Piscataway high school, just minutes away campus. He says he “will be taking other official visits,” but is a Scarlet Knight through and through.
Now, with a full offseason at his disposal and no injuries to rehab, Haden is hitting it harder than ever.
But their nups went off without a hitch. In fact, they were so enchanted with their wedding destination that they’re looking into buying a condo nearby to vacation in themselves and to rent out the rest of the year. “We want (Puerto Rico) to be at least a yearly trip!” he said.
While Puerto Rico has hustled to get its tourism hubs back online, many areas have still been left in the dark. Seven months after the storm, more than 100,000 Puerto Ricans still don’t have power in what is now likely the second largest blackout in world history, according to data analytics group Rhodium Group and it’s the largest blackout in US history, losing 3.4 billion customer-hours of electricity service.
“The traffic lights in certain places were blinking instead of working,” noted Nichols, who added that some locals she met who live in the mountains and around the rainforest only just got their power back recently. Some are still living off of generators.