Junior Massachusetts athlete Camren Williams has visited a few schools over the last several weeks and the trips have been productive.
Williams has been to Wake Forest, UConn and Rutgers recently.
Each school rolled out the red carpet for Williams and some other juniors that visited. It seems as though each made a convincing case.
"I just recently visited Wake Forest," Williams began. "It was for a Junior Day. They only invited their top ten prospects that they're looking at, so it was a big deal. It went really well.
"We went to the Duke basketball game while we were there and it was really cool. They took us around the whole campus and the football facility. They let us see the whole stadium. They just had some renovations in '09 and it was really nice. I got a really good look at Wake Forest. We were there probably four or five hours."
His trip to UConn was also very positive.
"I met with coach (Paul) Pasqualoni and it seems like they've honored my offer," he said, referring to the verbal offer the Huskies had extended while Randy Edsall was still head coach at UConn. "I still have an offer from UConn.
"I talked to coach Perkins, the defensive backs coach, and coach Foley, the offensive line coach who recruits my area. It was really good.
"Rutgers (Junior Day) went really well also. We met with coach (Greg) Schiano after the whole visit and we talked with him. He said he wants to see film and they seem really interested. We were there almost eight hours so we got a really good look at the whole school, from the training rooms and weight rooms to everything else."
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound athlete from West Roxbury (Mass.) Catholic Memorial said he is planning on visiting a few schools in the near future but does not have any set dates in mind.