First up was UTEP, but Dallas (Texas) Kimball defensive end Robert Williams is not about to stop there. The 6-foot-4, 200-pound three-star prospect took in Iowa State this weekend and from all accounts, he seemed to enjoy what he saw there.
The quiet and very open-minded Williams, however, did not say that his recruiting process was anywhere near concluding. In fact, it appears that ISU impressed, but more visits are planned.
"The trip went pretty good overall," Williams said about his trip to Iowa State. "We got in on Friday, went to the basketball game where they played Iowa. They won, so that was exciting. Then we went to see the academic stuff. They've got nice facilities up there. I wasn't going to commit or anything. Everybody is about the same right now."
Williams' first trip to UTEP went well and he says that both schools are even in his mind. His next trip, set for Washington State on Jan. 17, will also be a journey that he takes in with an open mind.
"All of my trips have been good so far with UTEP and Iowa State," Williams said. "I just go into each one without comparing too much. I just want to see all these schools and it just kind of lines itself up."
"I'm not sure who else will be next, but right now all I've got set up is Washington State. I'll go from there when that is done."
Williams is rated as the No. 30 defensive end prospect in the country.