Running back Jadarrius Williams out of Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley maintains two scholarship offers. The 5-foot-8, 170-pounder is on the verge of opening up his senior season and broke down the latest with that and his recruitment.
"We've been scrimmaging a lot and I'm doing pretty well," he said. "We open up at Richmond County this Friday.
"I think we're going to have a pretty good game and we're practicing pretty hard. Our coach is pushing us a lot and we're battle tested for a great game."
In terms of his season, Williams has high expectations.
"I've got a goal I want to reach over 2,000-yards and make conference MVP for the third straight year."
On the recruiting front, Williams holds two offers from Middle Tennessee State and East Carolina.
"I am getting some looks from Ball State and I think they're going to offer me. They are talking about how they want to get a small running back," he said. "Arkansas is also talking about offering me. They fell in love with my film."
In terms of visits, that is unclear.
"I know I'm going to go back to Middle Tennessee State," he said. "I'm trying to get to West Virginia and maybe Clemson once."
As for a decision, Williams isn't sure.
"I'm thinking it may be halfway through the season and I'll commit."