Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central sophomore Mykelti Williams broke onto the scene this time last year when he impressed at the Best of the Midwest Camp as a freshman. A 6-foot, 185-pound athlete prospect, Williams is now seeing his recruiting process take off.
"I received an offer from Indiana a couple weeks ago," Williams reported. "They liked that I worked hard and they could see me in their defensive scheme."
Indiana has been aware of Williams since before his sophomore year started, and the in-state prospect attended the Hoosier's season opener this past fall.
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"I had been to the Indiana-ISU game," Williams said. "It was a good game to watch because a former teammate was playing for ISU and I liked to see him play."
Besides Indiana, Williams also reports interest from the likes of Cincinnati, Georgia, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Iowa and Iowa State.
"Right now I am balancing it all out and looking at my options," Williams said. "[Indiana] is something to consider, but I want to see how everything else plays out in the recruiting process."
Indiana and most of the schools showing early interest in the 6-foot, 185-pound Williams project him at the safety position. He did play both safety and running back for Warren Central this past fall.