Monday became a special day at Miami Trace High School in Washington Court House, Ohio. The Fayette County High School has long been a hot bed for Ohio State fans and those fans attending the country school received two special visitors on Monday. What could put the school into a frenzy? How about Ohio State Head Coach Jim Tressel and recruiting coordinator John Peterson stopping in the school to see one of their own.
Both coaches stopped by the school on Monday to make sure Miami Trace Panther and Ohio State verbal commitment Nathan Williams had all the paperwork in order needed for the big day on February 6th.
"Coach Tressel and Peterson came to school today," said Miami Trace head football coach Jeff Conroy. "They wanted to make sure Nathan had all the papers in order for signing day so nothing would go wrong on what is going to be a special day for Nathan and his family."
Since giving his verbal commitment back in the spring, Williams has kept a low profile and stayed out of the limelight many of his future teammates have been enjoying. Some even started to question if the future Buckeye had taken his official visit or if something else may be wrong.
"There was some mix up when Nathan was to take his official visit," continued Conroy. "There was a mix-up on the dates and he had to cancel his original date. His mother in California wanted to be with him on his visit and with the mix-up it was best to do it at a later date. That later date was just a few weekends ago and went great for Nathan and his family. Everything is fine and ready to go on signing day in just a little over a week."