Troy Williams was working off the premise that he would enroll early in college but that is not as certain any longer so the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne quarterback could take his time to make his decision.
Williams, a four-star prospect who's rated fourth at pro-style quarterback and No. 71 in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, is taking some unofficial visits over spring break and those trips could play a factor whether he's leaving early or not.
"I might still try to take it kind of slow," Williams said. "I'm not sure if I'm going to leave early now. I've been thinking about that so I'll probably take it slow and really figure it out what I want to do.
"It slows it down a lot more because I can pick and choose where I want to take my visits and have more time to evaluate the schools and see where I'd be most comfortable. I have to go over it with my dad. I'll probably decide over spring break when I'm taking those unofficial visits and decide what's best for me."
Williams, who threw for 3,247 yards with 34 touchdowns and 11 interceptions and also rushed for 587 yards and 11 scores in his junior season, will visit Arizona, Arizona State and Washington over spring break.
His latest offer is from the Wildcats and the four-star is especially interested in learning more about coach Rich Rodriguez and his offense.
"I saw the offense he ran at Michigan and I really liked it," Williams said. "It looks like I'd fit into it nicely. At my school we run the spread also so it would probably be nice to go there."
In total, Williams has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Bowling Green, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Nevada, UCLA and Washington. He said all programs are still under consideration.