Arkansas, Arizona State and Oklahoma State stand out the most to four-star wide receiver Javon Williams and the Chandler, Ariz., prospect said he's starting to set up official visits.
The 6-foot-5, 175-pound prospect is taking his trip to Arizona State next weekend when the Sun Devils host Colorado and to Oklahoma State in late January.
Williams is still looking for a date that works with the Razorbacks. There is a chance he could visit Colorado at some point as well.
"There's no favorite right now," Williams said. "Those are the schools that stand out. Other than that, there's nothing really new until I take those visits.
"I'm just hoping for different weather because it's hot out here. I'm just looking to have a good time and for a team to show me they really want me. I want to see if I fit on the campus, too."
Oklahoma State's potent offense really impresses Williams, rated No. 30 at wide receiver and No. 216 in the 2012 class by Rivals.com, as he's kept a close eye on how well the Cowboys have done this season.
"It impresses me they pass the ball so much," said Williams, who predicts he won't have a decision made until National Signing Day.
"A few weeks ago they had three receivers with over 10 catches each. That's really impressive to a receiver like me. I love to catch the ball and make blocks for my running backs so they fit me."
Arizona State's strong season is also good news for Williams, who said the Sun Devils' success is playing an influence in his decision-making process. The offense at Arkansas is something else that impresses the four-star standout.
"They're having a really good year and I like how they pass the ball also," Williams said of Arizona State. "There are a few schools that pass like that.
"It's the same with Arkansas, they love passing the ball. (Bobby Petrino) is a really good coach and coach (Chris Klenakis) is the one recruiting me. We keep in touch all the time and he calls me and e-mail me. We keep in contact so I'm really impressed with how they keep in touch with me."
Williams finished with 30 catches for 664 yards and eight touchdowns in his junior season. He caught a touchdown pass in Friday night's win over Gilbert, Ariz.