Javon Williams will visit Arkansas the weekend of Dec. 9 as the four-star wide receiver from Chandler, Ariz., continues to figure out which spot is best for him. The 6-foot-5, 175-pound standout is surely taking his time.
Williams has already visited Arizona State and that visit went well, he'll see Arkansas in early December and has a visit slated for Oklahoma State for Jan. 20. The trip to see the Razorbacks is important but he doesn't plan to make a decision until after all his visits.
"The past few weeks they've been really impressive, how many points they've been putting up and the teams they've been knocking off and just the way they develop their players into some big-time players like Joe Adams," Williams said.
"The offense is really important to me and what I look at most is the player going into college and the player he ends up being. I want to see if the players like it there, if they have fun and how much they pass the ball."
Because Williams is being patient, even if he falls in love with a campus, he doesn't expect to make a decision until after all his visits.
The four-star said he's hesitant to make a pledge, then take another visit, love that school even more and then be caught in a quandary.
"I'm going to wait on all my visits and I don't want to go on a visit and fall in love and then miss out on another visit I could've liked even more," Williams said. "I don't want to regret my decision so I'm going to take all my trips and then make a decision."
Arizona State, Arkansas and Oklahoma State are definitely three favorites for Williams, rated No. 30 at wide receiver, No. 216 in the 2012 class and fifth in the Arizona state rankings by Rivals.com.
A trip to San Diego State might also occur and Williams is visiting family in Oregon over the Thanksgiving weekend so he's hoping to book a trip with the Ducks. Even though Oregon has not offered yet he remains highly interested in that program.
"I'm going up to Oregon for my cousin's last game, my family is going up there for Thanksgiving, so we were going to do that and I was thinking about taking my official visit on that weekend so it wouldn't be two trips," Williams said. "My whole family could see the school and stuff."