David Williams had an excellent performance at the 4th Quarter Sports Elite 7on7 Tournament last weekend at Los Angeles Salesian and his recruitment has definitely been busier in recent months.
The Los Angeles Dorsey wide receiver with excellent size said Washington, Arizona State and Washington State are showing the most interest so far and that USC, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Boise State, Colorado and Fresno State are also in the mix.
Texas A&M and Ohio State have recently reached out and that's encouraging to Williams, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect who will compete in a few weeks at the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour in the Los Angeles area.
"I'm not even really worried about getting offers right now," Williams said. "I'm focused on a city championship and getting better with my team.
"I know the offers will come later because my grades are good and if I keep performing like I am then I'll be fine."
With no offers, though, Williams said this off-season is going to be important so he can garner more exposure and possibly get the ball rolling.
He'll get an opportunity all the time playing 7on7 events and working out at big-time camps so the Dorsey standout is excited about what's to come.
"The off-season is going to be really big for me," Williams said.
"I've been working hard in track trying to get my speed up. Basically, if I keep getting my speed up I could go 10.8 in the 100 and then I'll be faster in football and I should be fine."
It's also a little early for favorites, too. Arizona State, Washington State and Washington are the most involved so far and he's hopeful it can pick up even more.
"It's kind of too early to tell with leaders," Williams said. "The hardest schools that are on me right now are ASU, Washington State and Washington. Those are the hardest so they've been on me the most."