Walker Williams already has a bunch of offers so the 6-foot-7, 320-pound offensive tackle from Tacoma (Wash.) Tacoma Baptist doesn't feel attending many camps this summer will be necessary.
Instead, Williams will focus on doing research on the schools that have offered and maybe even pick up others over the next couple weeks. Williams will also be getting ready for his senior season which is one of his top priorities.
"Right now I'm mainly just considering the schools that have offers on the table," Williams said. "If another school wants to offer I'd be very happy and I'd have another school to consider and look at their program.
"Right now I'm not going to camps and I'm not worried about impressing people. I have a good amount of options now. I'd love to increase my options but it's not my No. 1 priority right so I'm not going out to do that."
So far, Colorado, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin have offered Williams, who said Eastern Washington offered Wednesday but it's probably unlikely he will end up there.
The Huskies are his newest offer and while it's a big one Williams said he's still undecided whether he wants to stay closer to home or go away so he's not prepared to make any commitments just yet. Washington will probably be considered throughout his recruitment though.
"At this point it's another one to add to the list," Williams said of his Washington offer.
"I don't really feel strongly about staying in-state or feel strongly about going out of state for college. I'm definitely heavily considering them because they did offer and they have a very impressive academic system. I'm looking forward to learning more about their program."
Williams is in no rush to make a decision mainly because some more big-time offers could be coming in. Michigan and Cal could both be close to offering, Williams said, and Notre Dame has also shown increased interest lately.