It's been a solid year for Dee Williams, the Ashdown (Ark.) wide receiver has caught 12 of his 50 receptions for touchdowns and is getting attention from two programs.
Houston, which offered Williams a scholarship early in the process, and the in-state Razorbacks both are calling the 6-foot-2, 192-pound two-star prospect. Arkansas has yet to offer a scholarship, but Williams believes that one could be on its way.
"My recruiting coach (Razorbacks secondary coach Bobby Allen keeps saying how much he likes me and asks me to come up there and meet the players," Williams said. "He also tells me that (Arkansas head coach) Houston Nutt wants to take a look at my film. They invited me up to a lot of their games this year, but I just haven't been able to go."
Williams adds that he is planning on visiting Fayetteville for the Hogs' home game against Mississippi State on Nov. 19.
Offensive line coach Randy Clements is recruiting for the Cougars.
Williams like both schools that are showing attention in him. But Houston may have a slight advantage for more reasons than the fact that it has offered.
"I like schools that spread the football around," he said. "At Arkansas, they do a good job of doing that and also like to mix the run with the pass. With Houston, they just spread it around and thrown it."
He is in no hurry to make a decision, adding that he will take some visits before deciding.
Ashdown (9-1) opens the state playoffs Friday night with a first-round game against Mayflower.