In a deep year for running backs in the state of Florida, Naples Barron Collier's Greg Williams could be a talented ball-carrier that gets lost in the recruiting shuffle and ends up being a steal for whichever team lands him.
"My speed, power and vision are the three best things about my game," Williams said. "I am working on my speed this summer to get even faster. I also think that I need to run
The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder currently holds scholarship offers from Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Indiana and Colorado State. Those schools, along with Florida (which has extended a verbal offer), make up his top five.
"I'm looking for a school that has a good education and everything," Williams said. "I'm also looking at the way the coaches are around the players."
Williams camped at South Florida earlier this year and said he is heading to Gainesville on July 21 for Florida's prospect camp.
He spoke about his timeframe for a decision.
"I am going to wait until after my senior year," he said.
Williams already knows of one unofficial visit he plans to make. He hopes to head to Miami (Fla.) for the Hurricanes' game against rival Florida State on Labor Day.
Williams rushed for 1,210 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2005.