Williams reported today to GoSpartans.net that he received an offer from Michigan State and when you hear his incredible stats, its easy to see why.
"I had fifteen sacks and 157 tackles last year," said Williams matter-of-factly and just chuckled when I asked him did he tackle ever player who carried or caught the ball for the opposition last season.
Players that productive usually are the beneficiaries of several early offers and its no exception for Williams who has an offer from Nebraska, Boston College, Michigan, Indiana, Toledo and now, Michigan State.
Williams, stepfather, Mark Deel, graduated from Michigan State and he and his mom, Lisa, are big Spartans fans. That wasn't always the case with Kevin, but it is now.
"I feel really good about (the Michigan State offer). My step-dad graduated from Michigan State and he and my mom are real big Michigan State fans so its a really big deal in our house," said Williams.
I became a Michigan State fan because he's a Michigan State fan," explained Williams. "Whenever they played a basketball game, they'd be on the TV and stuff, so I just became (a fan) from watching those games."
Williams and his parents are already making plans to come up and visit the campus and there is no question he'll get the guided tour from his father. They expect to visit East Lansing over the next two-to-four weeks, but have not narrowed down an exact date.
He said the excitement was palpable when his coach called him and his parents to deliver the news of the offer.
"They called my coach and they told him about it. It was actually after school that he called me and my parents and told us about it after workouts on Friday. They loved it, my step-dad had tears in his eyes."
Williams said Michigan State has quickly moved up to the point where it is "one of his leaders." GSN will keep major tabs to find out if this dominating interior line prospect makes East Lansing his home.