K.J. Williams is one of the more talented receivers in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast but only a few schools have offered him a scholarship so far. The wide receiver from Bethlehem (Pa.) Liberty has an idea of how to gain recruiting momentum.
"I definitely will be going to some camps this summer and spring," said the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Williams. "I still have the Pittsburgh, Rutgers, and Connecticut offers. Sometime this month I should be going up to Penn State and talking to the coaches.
"Honestly, I'm not really sure which schools are coming after me the hardest because there's a lot that come talk to me," he said. "I would have to say Penn State is coming after me pretty hard. Michigan State came to my school not too long ago and I talked to one of the coaches. So did USC and Temple."
Besides going to camps in the offseason and visiting Penn State, will Williams be visiting other schools?
"I'll probably visit some more schools but I'm not sure yet because I still have to talk with my mom about what colleges we're interested in," said Williams."
It sounds like there are a lot of schools that are showing interest but which one will be the next to pull the trigger on an offer?
"Penn State will probably be the next school to offer me," he said. "When I go up there and talk to them hopefully I'll get the offer then. The sanctions won't really affect me having a chance to go pro. I would like to play in a bowl game but it's still football."
Liberty endured a tough season in 2012, going 3-7.