Scout.com ranks Williams a "four-star" wide receiver. He is capable of playing a number of positions on the next level. Syracuse and West Virginia are primarily recruiting "Mo" as a quarterback. Pitt believes that wide receiver is his best position. Penn State would like to see him in the secondary.
"I was able to get a feel of college life. The academic portion of the trip was great. I sat and spoke with a professor in their business school. We talked about the courses I would be taking as a business management major. He showed me the main building most of my courses would be in. I really liked that part of the trip."
"Another part of the trip showed me where I would be staying a freshman and some of the well known parts of the campus like the Cathedral of Learning. It was very nice."
Vincent completed 44 of 92 passes for 1,193 yards and scored 11 touchdowns as a junior. He rushed for 442 yards and 9 touchdowns on 83 carries. Maurice earned first-team All-Region on offense and defense.
"I was able to talk with the coaching staff. I spent most of my time with Coach (Dave) Wannstedt, Coach (Paul) Rhodes, Coach (Greg) Gattuso and Coach (Aubrey) Hill. Coach Hill would be my position coach. I like him quite a bit. We have similar backgrounds and values. I could easily see myself playing for him."
"Right now I'm down to Pitt, West Virginia, Penn State and Michigan State. I plan on having a decision before the beginning of the season. If I don't feel I'm ready, I wait and make it sometime into the season. Right now, the Panthers are looking strong with me."
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