K.J. Williams already has two offers and more are sure to come. At this point, however, it looks like everyone will have their work cut out for them if they're to beat out Pitt.
Pitt and Rutgers are the two schools that have offered the 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver from Bethlehem (Pa.) Liberty, and while both schools have left a positive impression it's the Panthers that should feel the best about their chances.
"I've been to Rutgers a lot and I just had a tour at Pitt not too long ago," Williams said.
"At Rutgers I really like the offensive coordinator and my position coach, the receivers coach. They've got nice facilities there, too.
"Pitt, I like how everything is combined with the Steelers stuff. I really like that. The coaches all seem really good over there. If I had a favorite it would probably be Pitt right now."
That said, there's a long process ahead and plenty of other schools are sure to have something to say about where Williams ends up.
Williams attended the Rivals Underclassmen Challenge in Dallas just recently and he also camped at Syracuse this summer. He plans to visit Temple before shifting his focus exclusively to his junior year at Liberty.
In addition to wide receiver Williams also plays safety in college.
Williams had listed Pitt as his favorite at the beginning of July as well.