Tight end gets Big 12 offer

Little Rock (Ark.) Central Arkansas Christian tight end David Williams picked up his third scholarship offer during the weekend and named a leader.
"Oklahoma State offered me," the 6-foot-2, 243-pounder said. "Of the places I've been, I like them the best."
The Cowboys joined Kansas State and Mississippi State in extending an offer to Williams, who had previously visited Starkville, Miss., Norman, Okla., for the Bulldogs and Oklahoma's Junior Day events.
There were many things that stood out about Stillwater, Okla., to Williams.
"I loved it," he said. "It was great. The hospitality was great and the coaches were great. They have an investor at that school that has given them a lot of money, so they are using that to build a lot of facilities.
"I got to meet (OSU president David Schmidly) and he seemed like a real good person," Williams said. "He's a football fan, so that's good."
In the coming weeks, Williams plans to make unofficial visits to Arkansas and Kansas State.
"I am going to Fayetteville for that Junior Day and then I am going to see Kansas State," he said.
The in-state Razorbacks have yet to offer a scholarship to Williams. How would an Arkansas offer change his recruitment?
"I grew up in Texas," he said. "It would be hard to leave (Arkansas) but most of it depends on where a school wants to play me and what type of offense they run."
Williams will attend the Baton Rouge NIKE Camp April 30 on the campus of Louisiana State University.