Chase Williams talks summer, decision timeframe

Leesburg (Va.) Loudoun County linebacker Chase Williams has taken a break from recruiting. The 6-foot-3, 235-pounder is beginning to make plans for a busy summer ahead.
"I haven't visited anywhere since I went to SMU last month," he said. "Right now I'm focusing on getting ready for my senior season.
"However, I will be visiting LSU for camp the first weekend in June. That is the only official thing I have planned so far, but I'm sure there will be more."
Recruiting hasn't been completely on hiatus as colleges have come in hard for the three-star prospect.
"This month has been packed with 19 schools including Virginia, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Tennessee, South Carolina and Ohio State," he said. "All of them are saying they want me to come to camp this summer so they can see me in person to see all the things they see on film."
Does Williams have any favorites at this time?
"I haven't made a true list of top schools yet," he said. "I am starting to focus more on the schools that have offered and maybe one or two others. That is because I think I'm making a decision kind of early. I think the time when I cut things down is getting closer, but I know I haven't approached that barrier yet.
"I would like to commit by the end of the summer or early into my school year."