Hialeah (Fla.) Champagnat Catholic three-star athlete Charles Williams hasn't eliminated any schools from the running, but admits that five have moved to the top for his services.
"Arkansas, Ole Miss, LSU, West Virginia and FIU are my main schools right now," Williams said.
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound prospect shared a bit on each of those five schools.
Arkansas: "They see me as a big-time safety if I came there. That is something for me to think about. I think that is something I might like to do."
Florida International: "I could make a big impact there early on. I know that they are trying to up their level of talent. It would be a good place for me."
LSU: "They want me to come in at safety. They think I could be a big-time safety at the next level."
Ole Miss: "They want me to come in and play receiver. I think I could be a great receiver there."
West Virginia: "They are telling me I can come in at wide receiver or defensive back. They said I could be a baller at receiver or a big-time defensive back. They said that if one doesn't work out for me I could play the other."
Williams is open to playing on either side of the ball in college.
"I have been going back and forth on whether I want to play wide receiver or defensive back," Williams said. "At this point, I think I am leaning towards safety to start out. I am really open to either position."
The South Florida prospect has seen a pair of his top five but is hoping to take more trips before making a decision.
"I have only visited two of the top five. I have been to LSU and Ole Miss," Williams said. "I might be going back to LSU. I plan to see the other schools also."
Williams shared no specific timeline for making a final decision.