Four-star running back David Williams of Philadelphia (Pa.) Imhotep Charter has been one of the quieter recruits in the region over the last few months, but recruiting has continued to move along for him. Williams has already taken one official visit and has his second scheduled for later this month.
Williams, 6-foot-1 and 192-pounds, made his first official visit out to Arizona State last month.
"I really liked the coaching staff, the surroundings and just the overall people there," said Williams.
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Next up for Williams is an official visit to Tennessee on the weekend of October 19th.
"I just want to see how comfortable I feel down there," he said.
Williams has over 20 offers, but at this point seems to be concentrating on four schools. Along with Arizona State and Tennessee, South Carolina and Ohio State have definitely peaked his interest.
"With South Carolina my relationship with the coaching staff stands out and it's the same with Ohio State," he said.
Williams plans to take official visits to both of these schools, but has yet to schedule anything officially. He plans to leave the fifth visit open for now and mentioned that he would probably hold off on making a final decision until after his visits are complete.
On the field, this is Williams' first season at Imhotep after transferring over from West Catholic.
"It's going well," he said. "I have 402 yards rushing and seven touchdowns on 33 carries. I didn't play this past week due to a strained hamstring, but I'm back this week. Also I haven't been playing in the second half due to us blowing everyone out."