Three schools are out in front for Denton (Texas) Ryan defensive end Josh Williams.
Williams, the 6-foot-4, 220-pound three-star defender, has added several scholarship offers from both in and outside the state of Texas. However, the nation's No. 13 weakside defensive end prospect says that he'll visit two of his three leading schools in July.
"I'm looking at Arkansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma State," Williams said. "All three of those schools are pretty neck and neck right now. I like the fact that Arkansas is in the SEC and they've been winning. With Nebraska, it's their history and I think they're going to do some big things in the next couple of years.
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"Oklahoma State has great atmosphere there. It's like being home and I feel like they're also on the rise."
Williams says that in July, he'll visit two of his three top schools.
"In July, I'm going to visit Arkansas and Nebraska," Williams said. "The 20th will be for Arkansas and then on the 26th I'm going to Nebraska."
Other scholarship offers that have come in for Williams include Arizona, Baylor, Missouri, Rice, SMU, and Texas Tech. So far he's been to camps at both Oklahoma State and Baylor. Aside from his unofficial visits next month, he doesn't have any other travel plans at this time.
He would like to have his decision out of the way shortly after those July trips.
"I'm thinking it will be before my senior season," he said about a commitment.
This summer, aside from visits, Williams has also been working hard to put on weight. He says that he's gotten himself up to more than 220 pounds.
"That's just been about getting in the weight room and working on my strength," he said.
Williams had 68 total tackles as a junior, including 22 for loss and six sacks.