Several schools are playing the waiting game with three-star Robert Williams as the Dallas (Texas) Kimball defensive end is preparing for his big decision.
Things got interesting this past weekend as the No. 36 weakside defensive end took a last minute trip to North Texas with one of his teammates. This comes after the 6-foot-4, 200-pound future college defender said that his list had been narrowed down to three schools – Iowa State, Washington State, and UTEP.
His father, Robert Williams Sr., says that things are still somewhat open.
"He went to North Texas, and when he gets back, we're going to try and sit down to decide where he wants to go," Williams' father said. "He and his teammate went out there this past weekend and when he comes back, we've got to talk."
Williams' father says that there is no leader at this point and it appears that more schools could be in the mix than once originally thought. His last reported top three though appears to be in the best position at this point.
Rumors also were circulating last week that Washington State may have had a bit of an edge, but the father says that his son is still deciding.
"We don't know where he is at with the decision, that's why we need to talk about it," Williams' father said. "It's up in the air right now. We'll have something in the next few days."