Williams keeping options open

Javon Williams continues to bring in offers but the Chandler, Ariz., wide receiver is in no hurry to make a decision and is just starting to do research on the schools involved with him.
Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Colorado, Fresno State, Oregon State and Montana have offered the 6-foot-5, 175-pound prospect who finished with 30 receptions for 664 yards and eight touchdowns in his junior season.
"I really feel blessed with the situation I'm in right now and the different opportunities and the different areas of the Pac-10 and the SEC that have offered," Williams said. "I'm happy that I have a variety of places I can go.
"I can't honestly say who is sticking out right now. I'm still open to everything and I'm just getting in the process of researching and their backgrounds.
"I'm also looking at what their offense is like and what offense would fit me and how often teams pass the ball. That's what I'm focusing on right now and then later down the road I should have some choices narrowed down."
Cal, UCLA, Washington and Oregon continue to show interest in Williams, who said he'd like to take a few unofficial visits before football season starts and plans to take some officials during his senior year. Destinations aren't known yet and Williams said he does not have any favorites at this point.
Williams might not be seen much on the spring camp circuit, either. He is running track and doesn't plan to attend any football camps until after track season.
With some unofficial visits under consideration, Williams isn't sure where he'll camp this summer.