Bradenton (Fla.) Southeast outside linebacker Terran Williams has taken one official visit so far, heading to Western Kentucky back in September. Now, the 6-foot-2, 210-pound linebacker has a plan for the final month of his recruitment.
"I am just getting ready to take a couple of official visits to Iowa State and USF, I have taken an unofficial to USF before," Williams said. "Bowling Green is also up there. They are also scheduling me to take one up in January."
Two schools are standing out at this point to the defender.
"Right now it would have to be Iowa State and Western Kentucky," Williams said. "Western Kentucky was the first school to offer me and Iowa State was the first school to actually recruit me."
He talked a bit about his relationship with the Iowa State coaching staff.
"They have just told me that they really want me and how I can fit in there," Williams said. "Iowa State was telling me how they didn't have a lot of depth at the linebacker position and that they had to bring in a walk-on. So I know I can go in there and play."
He also is hearing a pitch of early playing time from the Western Kentucky staff.
"Western Kentucky has talked to me a lot about their school too," Williams said. "They graduated three starting linebackers last year so they tell me I can come in and play right way."
Williams, who has earned a 19 on the ACT, admits that a chance to contribute immediately will play heavily into his decision.
"I want a place where I can spend the next four years and get on the field as quick as I can," Williams said.