Troy Williams already has a handful of offers and the 2013 pro-style quarterback from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne said Friday night that he could be close to landing another Pac-12 offer.
"I think UCLA might offer," Williams said. "I think they're pretty close to offering me. I've been to a few games lately and I've been talking to the coaches so it's been pretty good.
"That would be great to get that offer. UCLA is a great school, it has great academics so that would be a great look right there."
So far, Williams has offers from Washington, Bowling Green, Nevada and SMU and the 6-foot-3, 180-pound prospect said he's getting a bunch of letters from schools across the country.
Although Narbonne was beaten, 19-16, by powerhouse Long Beach (Calif.) Poly on Friday Williams still played well, did a good job of throwing on the run and showed he's one of the top junior quarterbacks in California.
That type of performance like he had against Poly could garner him more offers as his junior season continues.
"We had a lot of chances to win the game," Williams said. "There were a lot of mistakes in this game. The defense played great. We had multiple chances to win the game so that is tough.
"I feel comfortable throwing on the run but not the majority of the time. I like to sit back and read the defense and get the ball off and help my team out."
With a few offers already on the board and a bunch of interest coming - with the possibility of landing an offer from UCLA - Williams said he plans to wait his recruitment out until next season.
No commitment is expected until Williams can figure out all the teams involved in his recruitment and then he can make the best decision.
"My coach told me to wait it out until my senior year so I can see what's best for me," Williams said. "That's what I plan to do."