He now has to figure out who else he will visit. "I have to try and take five schools and narrow it down to three," Williams said.
On going on an official visit with the Scarlet Knights, he had this to say, "I'm not 100 percent sure that I will visit them, but I have a good feeling that I will."
What will factor into his final decision will be what school considers him a valuable asset to their program. "It's going to have a lot to do with who wants me still," he said. "When I make my choice schools will have kids already committed to their school and I want to see if they want or need me still. I'm not going to go somewhere where I'm not wanted."
In regards to final decision time, the Central Catholic tight end isn't sure when he will arrive at his decision. "I really don't know," he said. "As of now I have to take a few visits and then I'll come to my choice. But, it might not take that long, if a school sounds good I might just be able to make my choice then."
With who his favorite team is, Williams wouldn't say. "No favorite right now, I don't want to say one yet."
Right now his focus is on his high school season where Central Catholic won the WPIAL Championship Title and will play Eerie Cathedral Prep this weekend in the state playoff quarterfinals. If the team advances all the way through and makes it to the finals, Williams season will end on Dec. 15. He will then be able to focus more on his college choice.
Williams is the No. 24-ranked tight end in the country according to the 2008 Scout.com High School rankings.