QB Williams lands two more offers

Chicago (Ill.) Vocational junior dual threat quarterback prospect Isiah Williams (6-foot-1, 210 pounds) is wrapping up this week the same way he started this week, with more scholarship offers.
"I've added offers today (Thursday) from North Carolina and Wisconsin," Williams said. "I'm not stressing too much with all of the offers and the attention, at least not yet. I'm just really enjoying the recruiting process so far, and it definitely makes going to school everyday more fun."
Williams talked about his latest offer from the Tar Heels.
"The coaches from North Carolina said that they were impressed with my performance at the Nike Camp last weekend. They also said that they loved my junior tape, so they decided to offer. North Carolina is a well known school in the ACC conference. They have historically played African-American quarterbacks, plus they play a run and gun style of offense which is attractive that mixes run and pass pretty well. North Carolina is very solid academically and it just sounds like they have a lot to offer."
"I'm very familiar with Wisconsin. In attended the Badgers summer camp for the last two years. I really like the campus and the facilities quite a bit. They have a beautiful campus, and it was great to be able to get to know the coaches and the program up close over the last few years. Wisconsin is Big Ten football. It's also a really great offer for me to land."
Williams claims he is remaining pretty open at this point, but a few schools have caught his attention.
"I'm still pretty wide open at this point, but I'll admit that Iowa, Purdue, Ohio State and Northern Illinois all are attractive to me at this point. I'm in no rush to make a decision right now, but those four schools are looking good to me."
Isiah Williams now has offers from North Carolina, Wisconsin, Oregon, Ohio State, Boston College, Akron, Ball State, Northern Illinois, Illinois, Purdue, Toledo, Eastern Michigan, Iowa, Kansas and Indiana.