And if things go the way that he hopes on the field, he won't be taking any visits in December, with the unbeaten Cavs playing for a CIF-SS title this weekend, with eyes on the SoCal Regional Bowl and the State Championship games the weekends before Christmas.
To say he's gone radio silent would be an understatement.
But Williams did give a little update on where his recruitment is.
"Nothing's really new," said Williams. "I've been laying low until I commit."
That commitment will be announced next month.
"I'm announcing on January 4th at the Army All-American Game," said Williams.
When asked if his list had shrunk from the 16 he had during the summer, Williams said that wasn't the case.
"It's still 16," said Williams.
Those 16 from the summer included Arizona State, Boise State, California, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA and Washington.
Williams visited Oklahoma in October and was scheduled to visit Florida last weekend, but didn't make the trip to Gainesville.
As for other visits being set up in the future?
"I have no idea," said Williams.
Williams hosted UCLA head coach Jim Mora and a few other Bruin assistant coaches on Sunday for an in-home visit, the lone in-home he's had.
This Saturday, Williams and Serra will take on West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade in the CIF-SS Western Division finals, a rematch of their championship win from a year ago.