It has been an exciting few weeks for 2013 running back David Williams of Philadelphia (Pa.) West Catholic. The sophomore picked up his first offer from UConn a couple of weeks ago, and recently added two more offers to his total.
Following the UConn offer, which occurred after his performance at their camp, Williams picked up an offer from Pittsburgh after their camp and followed that up with an offer from Temple yesterday. Williams first discussed his Pittsburgh offer.
"I'm really honored," said Williams, who is 6-foot-0 and 171 pounds. "While I was at Pitt I really enjoyed the coaches and all that came with Pitt."
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Williams also shared his thoughts about his most recent offer from Temple.
"I didn't have a chance to really visit the school yet, but from their camp I was pretty comfortable with the coaching staff," said Williams
As can be expected, Williams is excited about his sudden recruiting success.
"It's exciting to know that I got the chip off my shoulder," said Williams. "Just knowing that I will not have to stress as a senior about who I'm going to be offered by is exciting."
Aside from the three offers, Williams also claims serious early interest from Rutgers, Virginia and Notre Dame. He will be able to showcase his abilities in front of college coaches several more times this summer.
"I'm going to the Notre Dame camp on the 29th, Rutgers on the 27th, Virginia on July 24th and Pitt again at the end of July," said Williams.
During this process, Williams is also laying the foundation down for a big junior season.
"Training is going really good," said Williams. "I'm getting better in every aspect, and I train with Level 40 training. I'm hoping to improve every part of my game, to be honest."