Chicago (Ill.) Vocational junior dual threat quarterback prospect Isiah Williams (6-foot-1, 210 pounds) has officially been added to the recruiting hot list. Williams, nicknamed as juice by his grandmother when he was born because at 13 pounds and 8 ounces at berth, he was a juicy looking baby, has landed scholarship offers today from Iowa, Indiana and Kansas.
"I had quite a day today at school," Williams said. "I received scholarship offers from Iowa, Indiana and Kansas all in the same day. We also had coaches from Illinois, Kansas and Indiana make in school visits today. I'm just really excited about all of the offers and exposure I've received, I'm truly blessed."
Williams, who now has early scholarship offers from Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Toledo, Illinois, Northern Illinois and Eastern Michigan talked about his thought on the Hawkeyes, Jayhawks and Hoosiers.
"I haven't visited Iowa yet, but I've been really impressed with the success that they've had over the last few seasons. I used to watch Brad Banks when he was the Iowa quarterback, and the Iowa coaches said that I remind them of Banks. The Iowa coaches called my head coach at school and told him that the Hawkeyes are really interested in me and that they are offering me a scholarship. I know Iowa has been going to bowl games and that they have some great players every year. The academics are also strong at Iowa and they seem like they could be a good fit. I'm definitely interested in Iowa."
"Kansas is in the Big 12 conference, and just getting an offer from a Big 12 school is definitely an honor. I've been a big fan of the Big 12, and just the fact that Kansas has offered me already makes me interested in them. I'm going to check out what the Jayhawks have to offer."
"I know that the Hoosiers have been down, but they are a Big 10 school and I've heard nothing but good things about the school and the campus. Indiana is also pretty close to home which is a plus. I'm just going to check out and research Indiana and I'm thrilled that they have offered me a scholarship."
Williams, who also made recent visits to both Notre Dame and Illinois, doesn't seem to be in any hurry to make his final college choice.
"It's great to have options, and I really want to explore those options before I make my final college choice. It's a big decision to make, and I just want to make sure that I'm 100 percent sold on my final college choice."