Vincent Williams committed to Texas A&M back in April, but things could be changing for him. The top 15 national DT has fielded many phone calls this month and admits that he is open and listening to a lot of schools right now, including Colorado."> Vincent Williams committed to Texas A&M back in April, but things could be changing for him. The top 15 national DT has fielded many phone calls this month and admits that he is open and listening to a lot of schools right now, including Colorado.">

Big-Time D-Tackle Hears from CU

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1169183">Vincent Williams</a> committed to Texas A&M back in April, but things could be changing for him. The top 15 national DT has fielded many phone calls this month and admits that he is open and listening to a lot of schools right now, including Colorado.

Height: 6-4 1/2
Weight: 275
40 time: 4.78
Bench: 405
Squat: 485
Clean: 315
Vertical:'29
From: Dallas, Texas
High School: Carter

"I am firm with A&M but I am not closing my options," said Williams. "I am open to other schools right now."

When asked who he has received phone calls from since September began, the four-star prospect responded, "Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, A&M, Tennessee, Florida, Texas Christian, and Kansas State are the ones I can think of off the top of my head. A&M was the first to call me."

Williams claims offers from all of these schools, and many more. "I have all of the Big 12 and a lot of others. I can't really even say how many I have."

He admits that he likes the Big 12 better than any conference out there. "The Big 12 is hard-hitting and that is what I like. The Big East is pretty impressive now, too, but it is tough to beat the Big 12."

Coach Wilson is recruiting him for the Buffs and Williams says of CU, "They have a pretty fine program there. I have not had a chance to meet the coach recruiting me from Colorado yet, but I hope to be able to."

He has not scheduled any official visits as of now, not even to College Station.

The defensive star is also playing some offense this season. "I play tight end when the situation calls for it. When the offense needs some help pushing the ball along, I go in."

Williams believes he has what it takes on the field. "My strengths are real simple. I never quit and I am easily motivated. I am never tired. When everyone else is starting to drag in the fourth quarter I am going hard on every play."

He has six sacks and 15 tackles on the year. Carter is 3-0 and they take on Garland, tonight.


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