"I will take my other visits," LaMarcus Williams said. "I don't want to close any doors."
Rebecca Johnston: What is your favorite moment in sports history?
:LaMarcus Williams: I have several, but I will say the catch (San Francisco's) Dwight Clark made against the Cowboys in the playoffs.
RJ: How long ago was that?
LW: A long time ago.
(Note: January 10, 1982)
RJ: What would you do first if you won the lottery?
LW:Probably go crazy.
RJ: Who is the most important person in your life?
LW: My mom.
RJ: What is the hardest thing you've ever gone through?
LW: That's a hard question. I can't think of anything.
RJ: That's good.
LW: Maybe missing a game due to injury.
RJ: What's the funniest thing that ever happened to you?
LW: A lot of crazy stuff. It was raining at school one day, and I flipped in the mud in front of a bunch of girls. I was 13.
RJ: What is something we don't know about your head coach?
LW: People think he's mean, but he's a nice guy to me.
RJ: Who is the best player on your team (besides you)?
LW: I don't know. I don't really look at it like that.
RJ: What is your favorite thing about school?
LW: The girls.
RJ: What is your favorite childhood memory?
LW: I've got a lot of good childhood memories. I guess traveling. I went to a lot of places with my family.
RJ: What is your greatest virtue?
LW: Easy to get along with. Easy to talk to.
RJ: What is the virtue you most admire in others?
LW: The same thing. Easy to talk to, people you can communicate with.
RJ: Do you have pets?
LW: Yes, a German Shepherd named Yoda.
RJ: What is your favorite food?
LW: Pepperoni Pizza.
RJ: Who is your favorite musical performer?
LW: Jay Z
RJ: What is your favorite video game?
LW: NCAA football. It doesn't matter what year.
RJ: What is your favorite season of the year?
LW: Definitely not summer. Probably winter when we play the state championship game.
RJ: If you could visit any place where would you go?
RJ: Where would you like to live?
RJ: Who is your hero?
LW: My brother, Michael Williams.
RJ: What is your proudest moment?
LW: Winning the state championship.
RJ: Excluding football what is your favorite sport?
RJ: If you could attend a football game with two people, one a family member or friend and the other person someone you don't know but, that you admire, who would you take?
LW: My brother, Michael Williams and Michael Jordan.
RJ: After your college career is over how would you like to be remembered in their history?
LW: One of the best defensive lineman to ever come through.
Rebecca Johnston is a feature writer for Scout.com. 'Time-Out' is a light-hearted questionaire to give us a little insight of the person and not the high school recruit.