Lufkin, Texas three-star defensive tackle D.J. Williams saw interest pick up this spring as offers came in from Missouri, Miami, Oklahoma, Kansas, and North Texas.
The 6-3, 270-pound defender has not been able to attend any camps so far this summer and has not been able to take any unofficial visits. He was planning to attend Oklahoma's June 4 camp, but weather prevented him to attend. While he does not have anything scheduled, he does have a few visit plans in the works.
"Probably about the middle of next month," Williams said about when he hopes to take a few unofficial visits.
Where does he hope to visit?
"Miami and Oklahoma," he said. "They're showing the most interest in me."
With the Hurricanes and Sooners showing the most interest, it comes as no surprise he has started to develop the best relationships with coach Jerry Montgomery of Oklahoma and coach Jethro Franklin of Miami.
Outside of the schools who have offered he mentioned Texas as another program who has shown significant interest.
"They want me to come down to a camp and he said they'd have some news for me if I go down there," Williams said. "So I think that may be another offer."
At this point he does not claim any favorites, with each of the schools who have offered being on equal footing.
Williams is currently ranked No. 37 among defensive tackles and No. 67 in the Rivals.com Texas Spring Top 100.