One offer is already in for Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha junior cornerback Michael Williams. Who's pulled the trigger on the 5-foot-11, 175-pounder and does he have any early favorites?
"Right now I have an offer from Maryland," he said. "They offered back in the summer when I went up to their camp. I showed off my skills and my man-to-man coverage and they were impressed. They called my coach two days later and offered me."
Williams gave his take on the Terrapins.
"Maryland is a good school, they are very close to home and I just like the campus and coaches," he said. "I like their defense. I really like Maryland overall."
Interest is building in Williams and a few other schools have caught his eye.
"I like a lot of schools, Miami, Florida State, North Carolina, Clemson would be a big one, Penn State and New Mexico," he said. "Any school from the ACC would be big."
With colleges rising, what does Williams want in a school?
"I just want a school where I can make plays on the field," he said. "I want a place that doesn't care how big you are, but looks at your attributes. I want to have fun and be able to get to another level."
The younger brother of Minnesota Vikings safety Madieu Williams, broke down his ability in further detail.
"I would have to say my speed and coverage stick out along with my ability to get to the ball and play smart and fast," he said. "Even though I'm a small guy I know how to play and use my feet to my advantage.
"I know I need to improve. I'm working hard on getting bigger and stronger. I'm working on my tackling a bit more too."
Also a track star, Williams placed second in the 300 hurdles and placed in the conference in the 4x4. He also runs in the 400 meter.
"I like to run and I would like to pursue both track and football in college."