Chicago (Ill.) Vocational junior dual threat quarterback prospect Isiah Williams (6-foot-2, 220 pounds) made an unofficial visit to the University of Toledo last Saturday for the Rockets spring game, and Williams left campus with his 4th scholarship offer.
"I headed out to Toledo on Saturday with Demetrius Jones and checked out the Toledo spring game," Williams said. "I had a chance to talk with the coaches at Toledo after the game and they offered me a scholarship."
Williams, who now has early scholarship offers from Toledo, Illinois, Northern Illinois and Eastern Michigan gave us his impressions of the University of Toledo.
"Everything at Toledo was really nice. The first thing that stood out about the Rockets is that they really like to throw the ball. That offense seems like a really good fit for my abilities. The spring game was fun and I really enjoyed checking it all out. I also went with Lester Richmond, who I know from Morgan Park and who's heading to play at Toledo next year. Lester's a good guy and he was really selling the program to me. Toledo has had great success in the MAC and I'm excited about getting an offer from them."
Speaking of the MAC conference, it seems that the entire conference is hot on Williams trail this spring.
"I've gotten hand-written mail now from every MAC conference school, which is cool. I'm also getting hand-written mail from several Big Ten schools, and UCLA has also started to send me hand-written mail Wisconsin, UCLA and Bowling Green have really picked things up recently."
Williams also talked about his upcoming travel plans.
"I'm going to take an unofficial visit to Notre Dame on Thursday. I've been calling the coaches on a regular basis and they really want me to come out and talk this week. I'm also heading to Illinois on Saturday for it's spring game, then I'm heading to the Nike Camp in Ann Arbor on May 7th."
Williams has also been looking into the possibility of becoming a mid-term graduate and enrolling in college early.
"I've been thinking about graduating early. I'll have enough credits after the fall semester to graduate, then I could get an early start on my college career. It's a big decision, so I'm still not sure about doing that but it's a possibility."