West Roxbury (Mass.) Catholic Memorial junior athlete Camren Williams has been hearing from a very long list of schools during the early stages of the recruiting process but for the past couple of weeks two schools have been near the front of his mind.
That's not because Williams has any favorites. In fact, as he told Rivals.com this week, he does not have a stable list of favorites.
"It's all up in the air at this point," he admitted. "I kind of have some favorites just by how schools have been recruiting me but that can change every day."
Boston College, UConn, Wake Forest, Miami, UNC, UVa, NC State, Duke, Rutgers, Michigan, Michigan State, Illinois, Northwestern, Alabama, LSU, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Texas A&M, Stanford, Wisconsin and Vanderbilt are the schools that have shown interest in Williams so far.
Three of the schools mentioned above -- UConn, Wake Forest and Penn State -- have verbally offered scholarships to Williams, as has UMass.
Last week Williams took a visit to one of the schools visiting him and this weekend he should be at another school on that long list above.
"I was at UNC last weekend and I'm going to see Virginia this weekend," he said.
"I really like it down at UNC. The weather is really nice. I love the coaches, the campus and the school. It's a great fit.
"I went to a camp down there at UVa in the summer and I really like it. My recruiting coordinator for my area is from a place that's not too far from me. It's a great school and I really like what they're doing down there in trying to get the program turned around."