Rivals250 linebacker Travis Williams has been sitting on a top six for well over a month. Is the 6-foot-2, 189-pounder getting any closer to taking visits?
"I haven't set up any visits yet," he said. "I've been wanting to. Most of the games I want to go to are noon games. I want to get to Miami vs. Oklahoma, but that's a noon game and it's difficult when I play on Friday."
Williams confirmed he is focused on the same six schools, Miami, West Virginia, Penn State, Tennessee, North Carolina and LSU, but maintains there is no specific order to the list.
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"I want to give everybody a chance," he said. "I have watched the games and Miami is balling it all out. They already dropped into the top 10 and I'm looking forward to them keeping that up. North Carolina struggled their first couple games, but they are doing well now. West Virginia had a bad quarter against Auburn, but they are playing pretty good. Penn State is balling too."
Much of the No. 6 prospect in Virginia's focus has been on his senior season.
"It's going pretty well," he said. "We're winning and I played my first game last week. I sprained my elbow and finally got back in and was defensive player of the week.
"I was a little rusty, but I'm coming off an injury. I should be playing more this week and I should be able to open it up."