Round Rock (Texas) McNeil is home to another emerging junior in cornerback Aaron Williams. The talented defensive back has already picked up his first written scholarship offer as well.
The 5-foot-11, 160-pound Williams was offered by Baylor this past week. The interest hasn't stopped there and several other in-state and out-of-state teams have been showing him attention.
"I was excited about the first offer," Williams said. "Not many juniors get something like that. I've been to Baylor quite a few times for camps and some baseball games. I like the campus."
LSU, Houston, and Auburn are a few schools sending tons of mail to the Williams' home. Williams says that two teams stick out to him early.
"I'm waiting to see what Texas will do and see how interested they are," Williams said. "I really like Auburn though too. My uncle used to live in Alabama and went to Tuskegee University. So, I've been down there before and visited the campus. I just liked it a lot there."
Williams was a first-team all-district selection as a junior. He had over 100 tackles with two interceptions.
"I'm more of a coverage type of corner," Williams said. "I'm not very big in size, but I can still attack the receiver pretty well. I've got pretty good speed. I would just say that I go for the pass before the run."