"I'm heading to the airport in a little bit," Williams said this afternoon. "I'm going with my teammate Nate Harris."
Earlier this afternoon, Stevin Williams, who is also considering trips to Texas Tech and Toledo, spoke with Inside the Ville about his interest in the Cardinals and what he see's as the direction of the program.
"I like the offense that [Louisville] runs," Williams explained. "I like the coaching staff and how the team is performing."
He also believes that with Louisville's move to the Big East Conference beginning starting next season, that the Cardinals could soon be competing for a national championship.
"I think they could, especially in a couple years," Williams said.
"They have a great young quarterback there," continued the 5-foot-10, 175-pound receiver. "I'm a fast and deep threat type of receiver. I can help the offense by stretching the field."
The Louisville coaching may not have to wait much longer to learn if the Fort Lauderdale, Fla. native will become a Cardinal.
"I might know while I am there," continued Williams. "I want to see the stadium and also talk to the head coach to make sure he's not leaving."
NOTE: Williams, along with the 6-foot-1, 225-pound safety, Nate Harris, are likely the only two prospects making official visits for the TCU contest.