Three-star defensive end William Yancy (6-6, 235, 4.7) from Glendale (Ariz.) took his second official visit this past weekend to hometown Arizona State. Though the Sun Devils were handled pretty easily by the Oregon Ducks, Yancy still had a great time.
"My visit to Arizona State went very well," Yancy said. "I enjoyed myself."
"I liked the coaches and the players," Yancy said. "They were very personable and I got along with everybody very well."
"There were other visitors this weekend," Yancy said. "We all had a very good time the whole weekend."
"I'm not taking anymore visits until after the season," Yancy said. "I want to concentrate on my senior season."
"I don't know who I will visit for my last three visits," Yancy said. "I am open to all schools."
Yancy has 12 offers on the table from the likes of Arizona, ASU, Oregon State, Purdue, Colorado State, Utah, UTEP, and Boise State.
Yancy off to a great senior season and has been making his presence known this fall.
Just last week, Yancy had an outstanding game registering five tackles, one sack and had one fumble recovery while helping his Ironwood team to a 29-21 victory over Avondale (Ariz.) Westview.
In five games, Yancy has racked up 30 tackles, six sacks, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
Yancy will try to enhance his numbers when Ironwood takes on Peoria (Ariz.) Sunrise Mountain (2-3) this Friday October 6th.
As a junior, Yancy was an all-region performer after he accounted for 75 tackles, 45 quarterback hurries, 13 sacks, five pass deflections and four fumble recoveries.
Yancy is currently ranked Rivals.com as the nation's No. 21 strongside defensive end for the class of 2007. He was also a member of the Rivals.com Arizona top 20 landing as the Grand Canyon State's No. 4 rated prospect at any position.