Dallas (Texas) W.T. White receiver Terrance Williams is closing in on some big things in his recruiting process.
At 6-foot-3, 185 pounds, Williams obviously could be getting attention on his big frame alone. However, after his 30 reception, 714-yard season last year along with six touchdowns, his production is there as well. Now, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa, Kansas State, and Texas A&M are all sending him mail.
"I'm going to Oklahoma this coming weekend," Williams said. "Other than that, the only other place I've been was at the Rivals.com [Junior Day at SMU]. I'm getting a lot from Kansas, Iowa, and Kansas State. Texas A&M they also send me stuff."
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Williams says that Oklahoma is on top because he has a brother that went to Oklahoma.
"I just like the way their program is," Williams said. "I guess it's also because I have a brother that went there."
Williams describes himself as a possession receiver who is the "go-to guy" when the game is on the line. That has quickly increased his recruiting attention, but he's not going to rush a decision.
"I want to take my time and see what's out there," Williams said. "That's really what my plan is. I'm also planning to take my SAT. After I do that, I think Kansas may be willing to offer me a scholarship."
After his junior year performance, Williams was a first-team all-district selection.