Tight Race Between Familiar Foes

The 6-5 220 Javon Williams will more than likely end up in a Pac-10 program. Which school will be lucky enough to land the talented tight end from Charter Oak high school? That's anyone's guess right now.

"It's going real good with ASU," said Javon Williams of his recruiting experience with the Sun Devils. "I felt right at home on my visit, and I like the tight end coach (Tom Osborne) a lot."

The two other conference schools vying for the tight end's services are California and Oregon. "I'm visiting Oregon this weekend," said the tight end, "and just like ASU I really like their tight end coach. "

By his own admission, Williams cannot say here and now which school has the edge over the other. "Cal and ASU are neck in neck," he commented. "The Cal and ASU visits were really the same. I enjoyed them both. Before I visited Cal, ASU was at the top because I felt so much at home. After I visited Cal it changed things around. You got the Cal degree, they have a good football team, they just have a lot of things going for them right now. One thing about the two visits was that ASU's seemed more organized with their (visit) schedule."

And where does this leave the Ducks? "I don't know enough about Oregon to compare," he said. "I'll just see more about them when I visit. I probably will make my decision after the Oregon visit. Probably a few days after my trip."

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