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Big week for Williams

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This week of spring evaluations will be especially important for Dwight Williams since the two teams he's planned official visits with are visiting him at Gardena (Calif.) Serra.
Florida is expected to see the four-star linebacker on Monday and then Michigan will stop by Tuesday as the 6-foot-1, 212-pound recruit tries to get a better feel for both programs, what it would be like in Gainesville and Ann Arbor, respectively, and he also wants to work on booking those official visit dates.
"It's going to be huge," Williams said.
"It's going to be big. I just want to get a feel for the coaches and pick their brains and see where they want me to play and just get a feel for the school life there.
"I'm still working on the best dates there. I'm trying to work it out with them between my schedule and their schedule."
Williams, rated as the fifth-best outside linebacker and the No. 101 prospect in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, still has three official visits to work out but he admits it's still wide open among his favorites.
Florida and Michigan will for sure get visits but others are still up in the air.
"I'm really undecided right now," Williams said. "I really don't know."
It has been a busy time at Serra, which is loaded with prospects and is arguably the top team in the state heading into next season.
Williams said Arizona, Nebraska and UCLA among others stopped by the school last week and it's expected to remain busy through spring ball.
The four-star linebacker recently narrowed his list to Arizona State, Cal, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Michigan, Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, USC and Washington. Oregon and USC have not offered yet.
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