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Williams still looking at options

Troy Williams did not make it to Washington this past weekend for its spring game and junior day but that doesn't mean the Huskies have been eliminated.
Far from it.
The Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne four-star quarterback said before he makes his commitment he will definitely visit Washington and that could come within the next couple months.
"I couldn't make it," Williams said. "I didn't get a chance to go out there.
"It was a financial problem so I'm just going to wait a little longer. I'm going to make a trip up there before I make my decision. I don't know when I can get up there. I'll probably get up there within the next couple months."
Williams, rated as the fourth-best pro-style quarterback and No. 71 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, had considered making an earlier decision but travel issues and new, unexpected offers have delayed things a little longer.
"I'm just trying to remain patient, keep playing some 7-on-7 and focus on my school so nothing big is coming up," Williams said.
Florida is the latest offer for Williams, who threw for 3,247 yards with 34 touchdowns and 11 interceptions last season. He also rushed for 587 yards and 11 scores.
Many others are being considered, too, as Williams also has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Bowling Green, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Nevada, UCLA and Washington.
Williams is the highest-rated pro-style quarterback who has yet to commit. Ahead of him are USC pledge Max Browne, a five-star recruit, and four-star standouts Shane Morris (Michigan) and Ryan Burns, who committed to Stanford.