It's common for prospects to use the summer months as a time to work out in front of coaches and try to pick up more offers.
Kyle Williamson is no exception. In fact, the 6-foot-5, 278-pound offensive tackle from Cincinnati (Ohio) Madeira is probably going to be much more busy in June than most other prospects.
Akron, Kent State and Youngstown State are the schools that have offered Williamson but plenty of others are hinting that they might be willing to offer if Williamson impresses at their camp.
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"I've already got my whole summer planned out. This Sunday I'm going down to Kentucky and then on (June) 14, I'm going to Cincinnati," Williamson said.
"On (June) 16, I'll be at Indiana and then it's Michigan State on (June) 18. I'll be at South Florida on June 24 and then I'm looking to go to Pitt sometime over the summer, too."
It's clear Williamson will have plenty of opportunities to show coaches what he can do. That means the next month could go a long way to determining what his future looks like.
He said Pitt and Michigan State are probably the two schools closest to offering.
While some schools are starting to move to the top of his list Williamson doesn't want to talk about that too much until they offer.
"Some schools are sticking out to me but they haven't offered yet," he said. "I'm just waiting to see if they do offer. I'd like it if they did but I think it will take time.
"I'm hoping to have a decision either by the end of summer or the middle of the season."