Decision day is right around the corner for three-star wide receiver T.V. Williams, and he is ready.
The 5-9, 143-pound speedster out of McKinney, Texas has picked up offers from California, Houston, Iowa, Kentucky, Navy, Nebraska, North Texas, Oregon State, SMU, Texas State, Toledo, Tulsa, and most recently Utah over the course of the recruiting process, but has narrowed his list to a precious few.
He may know his finalists, but right now he is not talking, he is not hinting, and basically is keeping it to himself.
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"I do but I'm going to keep it silent until the day of my commitment to try and keep all the rumors away," Williams said.
When will he make his decision known to the world? As usual he has a plan in mind.
"July 9, I'm announcing at my high school," Williams said. "It's going to be July 9 at McKinney High School at 6:30 in our football facility."
It is not all about the announcement either. Before he addresses the room of reporters at McKinney he also has a plan to announce his final five via social media.
"I have a top five and I'm going to keep it quiet until the day of the commitment and on Twitter I'm going to post a picture every hour of one school in my top five and do it like that leading up to the ceremony," Williams said.
While the suspense builds, Williams has been busy.
He recently attended a Texas camp after the Longhorns reached out, but without an offer on the table the Longhorns do not appear to be in the mix. However, his latest offer from Utah has caught his attention.
"Utah offered me [Sunday]. It's pretty good," Williams said. "They're Pac-12. I used to watch Utah a lot when they were in the Mountain West with TCU. They used to come down and play TCU and I used to go to TCU games and watch them. I'm still evaluating them and trying to learn more about their program and more about their school and more about the state."
Over the last few months he has been able to check out Kentucky, Iowa, and Nebraska all of which received rave reviews. He also hopes to visit Oregon State while in the Pacific Northwest next week.
Once he returns home, Williams plans to get down to business, and as he does on the field he will have coaches and fans on the edge of their seat as he prepares to announce his decision.