"My dad and I are heading out there on Friday. I'm interested in seeing what they do with me, if they offer me. Hopefully I like it, and they like me," said Williams.
Though small in stature, Williams is an accomplished track star, and he wouldn't mind doing that in college as well. "I've jumped 6-10 in the high jump. I also run the 100m, 200m and 400m. Hopefully I can do both in college."
But he says he's still considering all his options, which could include UCLA. "Right now, I don't really have a leader. Even if UCLA offers me, I'm going to look at my options before I make a decision. I want to see which one is best for me," said Williams.
Williams is being recruited by quarterbacks coach Jim Svoboda, and Williams has had a positive experience with him. He said, "He's a good guy. I'm hoping to meet Coach Dorrell when I'm out there too."
Williams said the Bruin staff is recruiting him as a receiver and a kick-returner.
"I can return both kicks and punts and love doing both," said Williams.
Williams sports a 3.2 and a 22 ACT score.