2014 wide receiver K.J. Williams of Bethlehem (Pa.) Liberty made sure to keep himself busy this summer with several college camps. The talented rising junior already has two offers and is hoping to add a few more in the coming months.
"Recruiting has been going really well," said Williams, who is 6-foot-2 and 190-pounds. "I actually just spoke to the two schools that offered me, Rutgers and Pittsburgh, last week. I'm building a relationship."
Aside from attending summer camps at these two schools, Williams also found the time to attend camps at Penn State, Maryland, Syracuse, South Carolina, NC State and Tennessee. He also made his way to Texas recently for the recent Rivals Underclassman Camp.
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"The Penn State camp stood out the most because of all the activity and great competition going on," said Williams. "Overall I mainly learned how to get off the press and run better routes."
Penn State, Syracuse, South Carolina, Tennessee and Ohio State have been showing Williams the most interest outside of the two schools that have already offered.
With so much currently going on at Penn State, Williams shared his thoughts on the topic.
"In my honest opinion I thought it was unnecessary to do all of that," he said. "Being that Paterno actually said something and recently passed away I thought they should've just dropped the majority of it and not taken it that far."
Now that he is done with summer camps, Williams is looking to attend games this fall at Pittsburgh, Rutgers and Penn State. He is already beginning to consider a few things he hopes to find in his future school.
"I'm looking for a nice connection and relationship with the coaches and I would like to go to a school that I feel comfortable at, and where I will be able to play," he said.
With his junior season a only a month away, Williams is hoping to make a statement.
"I'm getting faster, stronger and building more confidence everyday," he said. "I want to make 1st team All-State and as a team I want to actually make at least the district playoffs."