Troy Williams is not hearing from many college coaches yet but that will almost certainly change because the 2013 pro-style quarterback from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne is one of the top young prospects in Southern California.
Williams, a 6-foot, 173-pound recruit, was arguably the best quarterback at the 1925 All-Stars 7-on-7 tryout Sunday at Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco and has a bright future ahead of him.
He has good footwork, throws a tight spiral almost every time and has pinpoint accuracy. The Narbonne prospect is advanced for his age and could become a big-time prospect in a couple years.
Williams said Washington and Nevada have already verbally offered and he's definitely interested in both programs - especially the Huskies.
"I'm not really hearing from many college coaches," Williams said. "I got offered by Washington and Nevada but I'm not really talking to any college coaches yet.
"My coach told me to just be patient, keep working hard and the offers will come through eventually. It's tough because I see all these guys getting offers from colleges and I'm like I want that offer, I want this offer. I just have to be patient.
"I like Washington a lot. I like their offense, I like how they handled Jake Locker and I really like that school. I like the Pistol (offense) at Nevada and I like what they do with their quarterback also."
Williams said Texas Tech and Oregon have also been in contact but only with preliminary recruiting mail.
The Narbonne prospect should pick up even more attention this spring and summer especially after throwing for 2,597 yards with 23 touchdowns and nine interceptions in his sophomore season.
Two Pac-10 teams especially stand out early on.
"I kind of like SC and Oregon but I don't know yet," Williams said.