FSU commit plans to take visits
BEAVERTON, Ore. - P.J. Williams committed to Florida State last summer and doesn't regret the decision at all but the Ocala (Fla.) Vanguard safety said Friday at The Opening that he will take other official visits and a few teams continue to press him to reconsider his choice.
"I'm solid but I'm still going to go on my visits and see what's out there," Williams said.
"I'm pretty much solid though but I want to see what's out there and I want to see what other schools have to offer. I don't want to short any other schools. I'm solid to Florida State but I still want to look out there."
The 6-foot-1, 175-pound four-star prospect said Florida State has always been his favorite team and his family loves the Seminoles too but he has been committed for almost a year and there is some curiosity to see what others places have to offer.
"That's been my school ever since I was little," Williams said. "That was my first offer and I just had to do it.
"I kind of do think I committed too early and it was just because I love Florida State and all that. I think it was a pretty good decision but I'm still going to take my visits."
Rated as the eighth-best safety and No. 173 prospect in the 2012 class, Williams said he definitely plans to take official visits to Miami, Alabama, South Florida and Florida State. A fifth one is yet to be determined.
The Hurricanes and Crimson Tide are two teams that continue to diligently pursue Williams and he said some South Florida commits here this week have also tried to sway him to think things over again.