Blue-chip DT lines up two trips

Ruston, La., defensive tackle Kyle Williams has made headlines a lot of different ways - mainly as a defender. Now he's making headlines because he's set up his first official visits.
The 6-foot-3, 290-pound defensive tackle is set to visit LSU officially on October 5 when the Tigers battle Florida.
He'll be in Knoxville the weekend before for a visit to Tennessee, when the Vols play host to LSU.
"That's the plan for now," Williams said. "Coach Sanders at Tennessee wants me to come up for the Georgia game, but that's the same weekend at the LSU-Florida game. So, I'll go the weekend before and do them back to back."
By seeing Tennessee and LSU battle against each other, Williams will also get a chance to evaulate how his top teams stack up against each other.
"Boy, I don't know how I'm going to pick between them," Williams said. "I've got friends pulling me toward LSU here at home, and then I've got friends like Robert Peace, pulling me toward Tennessee.
"It's a real struggle."
What makes it even harder is that Williams will graduate in December and will be able to enroll in January at the school of his choice.
If he's not able to pick between LSU and the Vols, then Nebraska, Florida, Auburn and A&M are also in the picture.
Williams has offers from all of the teams on the list.