Franklin (Ga.) Heard County wide receiver JaQuay Williams has a dozen offers, but this weekend he visited a school that hasn't yet pulled the trigger.
"I went to Florida yesterday," Williams told Rivals.com Sunday night.
The trip was the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder's first to Gainesville.
"It went pretty good," Williams said. "I got to talk to the coaches and stuff, and I toured the facilities. I watched practice and I got to go into the meeting room with the wide receivers. That gave me a feeling of how it was going to be."
Williams'one-on-one time with members of the staff was among the highlights.
"I talked to [head coach Will Muschamp], I talked to [receivers coach Aubrey Hill] and I talked to [offensive coordinator Charlie Weis]. They didn't shoot me no bull and tell me I was going to start as a freshman. They were telling me they put the best players on the field. [Muschamp] had to leave and run practice so I didn't get to talk to him that much. A little bit, though. I spent most of my day with Coach Hill. I liked him a lot. He knows about Florida because he graduated from there and played there."
The Gators "have a lot of interest," said Williams, who holds offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Ohio State, South Carolina, Southern Miss and Tennessee.
"I know the reason why [Florida hasn't offered]," Williams said. "I'm going to be a late qualifier. I take my ACT on the ninth of April. They say they're just waiting for my test score. They told me my offer will be based on my test score. Them and Georgia are the same thing."
Williams will visit Tennessee next weekend and Ohio State in early April. Two weeks before checking out Florida, he visited Auburn.
"I don't have any leaders right now," Williams said.