The weekend visits to Arizona and Arizona State went well for four-star quarterback Troy Williams but he is planning two more Pac-12 stops before making his decision.
The Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne standout said he wants to visit Washington and UCLA and then he should be ready to commit.
Seeing Arizona was helpful since Williams got a better feel for the offense, new coach Rich Rodriguez and the vision the Wildcats will have moving forward. Everything went well in Tucson and Williams said he could see himself playing in that system.
"It was a good campus," Williams said. "It was a lot hotter than I thought it would be but it's a great campus, a great school and the coaching staff was really cool and everything was good.
"I think I can fit in well. It's similar to what we do at my school and the tempo is really similar so I think it would be nice to transfer from what I'm doing in high school to the college game.
"We went over some film of how the offense works and what I'd be reading and how everything would work."
At Arizona State, Williams said he had a similar feeling and that even though the offense is slightly different it could be a fit for him. Talking with first-year coach Todd Graham and his staff also helped and the four-star said the coaches at Arizona State really stood out.
"Their offense is a little bit similar with tweaks here and there," Williams said of Arizona State.
"Their coaching staff is also good and I like the way they coach their quarterbacks. They all know what they're doing and they're really professional at it."
In his junior season, Williams threw for 3,247 yards with 34 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He also rushed for 587 yards and 11 scores.
Rivals.com rates Williams as the fourth-best pro-style quarterback and No. 71 prospect in the 2013 class.