Wide receiver Byron Williams from Cherry Hill (N.J.) Camden Catholic returned home from the University of Iowa on Monday very impressed. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound sure-handed wideout thought that the campus and the city around it was great.
"I really liked Iowa. My host was Miguel Merrick a redshirt freshman wide receiver from Emerson, New Jersey and we had a good time. The game between Iowa and Iowa State was very exciting."
It was expected that Williams would make a decision soon after his return from Iowa, but that might have changed a bit. Rutgers and Iowa are still Byron's leaders, but he needs a few weeks to sort some few things out.
"I have a few other schools that I'm still interested in like Purdue, West Virginia and Virginia Tech, they all offered as well. I just want to make sure that the school I pick really, really wants me. Some schools might offer, but how bad do they want me is the question."
Although Byron is not ready to make his decision tomorrow, he does plan on having it done within the next few weeks.
"Don't get me wrong, I don't want to take to long before I decide. I know that I really like Rutgers and Iowa as my top two, but I just need to make sure. I need to sit down and figure out where I will feel most comfortable and what school wants me and needs me the most."
Byron is ranked as a three-star receiver and is one of the Garden States top 50 players.