QB happy with Pac-12 pledge

Troy Williams has been playing well again this season and despite his commitment to Washington coaches from UCLA have recently reached out and shown much more interest.
The Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne four-star prospect expected this after the recent de-commitment of quarterback Eddie Printz from the Bruins but Williams said he's happy with Washington and does not plan to switch.
"I heard from (UCLA) a little bit (Friday) night after my game," Williams said. "They were at the game and they said I had a good game but I'm pretty solid. I'm a man of my word so I doubt I'll change my mind.

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"I just feel really at home when I'm up there at Washington. If it doesn't work out then I'll find something else to do but I think it will work out. I really love it up there so hopefully I can just stay up there."
Williams, rated as the third-best dual-threat quarterback and No. 101 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, is expected to take an unofficial visit to Washington when it hosts USC on Oct. 13. His official trip is planned for later.
"I think I'll probably take that after the season," Williams said.
So far, the four-star quarterback and his Harbor City Narbonne team are playing well. They're 4-0 and coming off a 22-7 victory against Gardena Serra this past weekend when UCLA was there to watch the game.
Williams, who committed to Washington in June, has thrown for five touchdowns and rushed for five more already this season.
"Everything is going well," Williams said.
"We're just going game-by-game and focusing on practice to make sure we're not getting too ahead of ourselves."