Sharif Williams is one of many top prospects who plan to visit Arizona this weekend but there's something special about the Fresno (Calif.) Central East defensive tackle going to Tucson.
The 6-foot-2, 298-pound prospect will be visiting Arizona with Fresno Central East teammates Nick Wilson and Devon Brewer. Both are committed to the Wildcats but Williams said he doesn't think he's ready to make his decision even though Arizona is his leader.
"I'm really looking forward to meeting all the coaches, seeing the new facility and seeing what they have to offer for me," Williams said.
"I prefer to wait on a commitment though. I don't think I'm going to commit on the visit. It's still really too soon so I don't think I'm going to commit then."
Maybe one big reason why Williams doesn't want to commit just yet is because he's working on an unofficial visit to San Diego State shortly after his Arizona trip.
The Aztecs have seriously pursued Williams recently and the big defensive tackle is intrigued enough to take a trip to see what San Diego State could offer him.
"I've been talking to the coaches a lot and they're really excited about me," Williams said.
"I just want to take a trip up there and see everything they have to offer and see if it would be a good fit. I also want to talk more with all the coaches."
So far, Williams has been offered by Arizona, Fresno State, Houston, Nevada and San Diego State. Arizona is still considered the leader in his recruitment.