Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley tailback JaDarrius Williams claims two offers to date. The 5-foot-8, 170-pounder has visited one o the scholarships to date and believes more offers are potentially coming.
"I have offers from East Carolina and Middle Tennessee State," he said. "I haven't really been to Middle Tennessee yet, but I visited East Carolina and it's nice. Right now if I had to choose it would be East Carolina.
"They produce a lot of running backs, I like their running game and the offense is basically the same as ours. It would be easy to adapt to their offense."
Though those two schools have offers out, Williams believes other programs could extent a scholarship soon too.
"I really think Clemson is about to offer me," he said. "They are showing me a lot of interest lately. My coach is talking to them a lot and they are sending stuff about camps.
"Illinois is probably going to offer. They are showing a lot of interest and just recently saw my highlight tape. I've been talking to their coach and he's been saying how he likes it."
Are any other visits coming up?
"I'm going to go to a couple more camps," he said. "I know I'm trying to go to that Clemson camp and maybe West Virginia. I want to go to West Virginia, that's about it for now."
According to Williams a few other schools including UCLA, NC State, North Carolina and Stanford are also showing interest.
Does he like anybody?
"I want to hear from Miami, Florida and Michigan," he said. "I like Florida's running game, they produce a lot of small backs and are more of a speed team. I like that Miami produces defensive backs and I'd probably have to move to defensive back if I went there.
"My coach doesn't let me play a lot of defensive back since we have a lot of good players. If I go to a school I want to play running back, but cornerback is all right too. I'll do what's best for the team."
Williams is coming off a huge junior season that saw him account for 1,800-yards rushing and 23 total touchdowns while earning conference MVP for the second year in a row. That followed up on a 1,600-yard, 15-touchdown year as a sophomore as well.
"Right now what sticks out about me is probably my vision on the field," he said. "I feel like not many other people see me, I'm pretty quick and not many can run me down. I have game speed."