BSN spoke with the 6-4, 220-pound player Sunday evening.
"It went really good; I really enjoyed myself," Williams said about his time in Boulder. "It was just a time to get to know people and to got a feel for the school. Just being there and being able to see everybody was great."
Among others, Williams got the chance to spend time with Romeo Bandison, CU's defensive line coach.
"I got along with him pretty good," Williams said of Bandison. "He seems like a really nice guy."
Colorado was the fifth and final official visit for Williams. He said he's still not sure when he'll decide who to sign with.
Asked if he was still leaning toward Nebraska, Williams said, "I'm not too sure. I'm just trying to figure it all out."
Ultimately, Williams said he's looking for the right fit.
"My biggest thing is going to be my comfort level and the feel I have for it," he said. "Because I think every school pretty much has the same thing to offer with football and with getting an education. So I think my main thing will be my comfort level with the coaches and the atmosphere there, the team, and things of that nature."