Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby has more Division I prospects than they have ever had this season. One of those prospects is wide receiver Kendall Williams who has already picked up a nice list of offers.
"I have offers from Auburn, UConn, Louisville, Nebraska and East Carolina," Williams said. "Recently Ole Miss and Iowa offered me too. They came to watch my spring game and I got an offer from them a few days afterwards."
The 5-foot-111, 185-pound Williams attended the Tallhassee NIKE camp where he ran a 4.41 second shuttle, a 25-inch vertical jump and did 17 reps on the bench press.
"Right now my top schools would be Auburn, West Virginia, Connecticut, Louisville and Florida State," Williams said. "I am looking to maybe make a decision sometime around December so I can take all of my official visits."
Williams is ranked as the No. 90 player in the state of Florida by Rivals.com.
"I am really looking to get a good education and I don't want to go too far from home," Williams said. "I would still like for my family to be able to come and see me play or be able to get home if I needed to. I want to take a good look at what churches are around and find a good one to go to."
Later this summer Williams will attend camps at Georgia, Auburn, Connecticut, West Virginia and Florida State.