Things looked pretty well shaved down to a final three for Dallas (Texas) Kimball defensive end Robert Williams, but a phone conversation has changed all of that as one team has been ushered out and another ushered in to the mix.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder recently had his final three as Iowa State, UTEP, and Washington State. However, a phone call from Baylor has changed things.
"I just got off the phone with the defensive coordinator at Baylor and I'm liking them a lot more because they wanted me to play safety," Williams said. "They had offered a long time ago, but I lost there number and we didn't talk for a while."
"Then I talked to them and they said they still had interest in me."
Williams, while intrigued by the opportunity to play basketball at both Baylor and UTEP, has the West Coast school out in front of the others.
"I'd say Washington State is a little ahead right now, but that's just because I got back from there just a while ago," Williams said. "Baylor and UTEP are right up there though too."
As for an exact timeframe that many are waiting on for a decision, Williams is still up in the air about it.
"I just know I'll have it decided before Signing Day," he said. "I don't have a date or anything. It will be sometime soon."