Unlike other highly-touted prospects from the Natural State who either have an extremely short list or have made a decision, Little Rock (Ark.) Central Arkansas Christian tight end David Williams remains very open with regards to his college decision.
"Recruiting is going good," Williams said. " I've got eight offers so far, so everything is looking good so far. The coaches that I have offers from all are looking hard at me."
The nation's No. 12 prospect at his position is considering Oklahoma State, Arkansas, Kansas State and Colorado the hardest at the moment.
The Buffaloes are recent additions to his list.
"They are my latest offer," Williams said. "I heard it's a nice place up there. I'll probably take an official visit and check it out."
Williams added that he will likely make a final decision "later in the season or after," and that he wants to take a hard look at what the programs he is considering are doing on the field.
"I kind of want to wait and see the teams play a couple of games," Williams said. "I want to see what type of offense they run. See if what they are saying is true about how they get the ball to the tight end."
There also are two programs that interest Williams that have yet to offer.
"Oklahoma and Miami," he said. "Oklahoma said that they would be in touch with me and could offer depending on how some of their guys do in two-a-days. With Miami, it would just be nice to get an offer from them."
Williams is a Rivals250 prospect.