Before the home stretch of the 2012 season, Eagle's Landing Christian Academy (McDonough, GA.) junior defensive end Andrew Williams was already sitting pretty with a double-digit offer list of some of the best football schools in the country.
Programs like Alabama, Clemson, Florida State, Michigan and Virginia Tech - among others - had already seen enough to extend him a scholarship. But since the perennial powers continued another top-notch season, finishing undefeated in the region and 9-1 overall, more schools have come calling.
"Recruiting has been going great, there's a coach at practice every day and a new offer every week," said Williams, who is being recruited as a defensive end at the next level. "I'm very blessed."
The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder most recently picked up offers from Ole Miss, Georgia Tech and Stanford. The new additions to his gaudy list have made the narrowing process a bit touched than expected, but the 2014 three-star is in no rush.
"After these next few trips, and after the season, I'll know for sure," he added.
Williams plans on seeing FSU, UGA and some other schools in the short term, but the focus right now is to help ELCA's standout senior class including Notre Dame commit Isaac Rochell and Purdue commit Keyante Green go out with a bang.
"We've been training getting ready for the first playoff game this Friday," said Williams. "This defense we have is unstoppable so far."
ELCA takes on Our Lady of Mercy (Fayetteville, Ga.) on Friday to begin the Class A football playoffs in the Peach State.