Recruiting: Williams Wants To See Offenses

Tight end D.J. Williams was one of the first juniors to come to Stillwater for an unofficial visit as he was there for the first day of spring practice at Oklahoma State. Williams is still in the mix as OSU heads toward the stretch drive of putting its commitment list together for the Class of 2007. The 6-4, 250-pound multi-sport athlete said he's had a good summer.

"It's been great and now two-a-days start this week," said the Little Rock (Central Arkansas Christian School) product. "I can't wait. I got around to six schools this summer. I visited Arkansas, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, Kansas State and Georgia Tech. Oklahoma State really had amazing facilities, especially with what they are building, and Arkansas also had really good facilities."

As a junior, Williams, who can bench press 305 and squat 435 with a 32 inch vertical, caught 51 passes for 688 yards and eight touchdowns. He also had 132 tackles at defensive end with seven sacks. He's looking at tight end for college and said his decision-making process needs at least a few weeks to eyeball the college season.

"I'm waiting to see the offenses at the start of the season," explained Williams. "I want to see how they come out to start the season and how I would be used in each offense. I think after I see that I will know which is the best place for me in college."

Williams said he doesn't have a timetable for his decision.

"Not neccessarily, I could commit during the season, but I want to watch a couple of games and see what they (schools)do."

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