After announcing that he is no longer committed to Nebraska in December, Four-star senior and one of the nation’s highly-touted uncommitted commodities, Donovan Williams, found himself with more suitors now than ever before. Nebraska native was committed to his hometown program for over a year and now will likely find himself leaving the state.
Among the earlier suitors: Texas, Texas A&M, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Georgia, USC, and Alabama. Williams tells Stockrisers.com that those programs remain involved and are still heavily considering him.
Out of that list, he most recently visited College Station where Texas A&M hosted him on the 12th-13th for a visit. Prior to that, he visited Kansas State and Oklahoma State, both of whom offered Williams a scholarship.
The list continues to grow.
Yesterday, Williams told Stockrisers.com that Kansas is now involved, as is Oregon and will be two of five programs that will watch him today in a highly-anticipated matchup against five-star junior Hunter Sallis.
“Plan on cutting it around the end of March. To probably about 5, so I can take those 5 officials,” Williams said. In addition, he fully expects to make his college decision in Mid-April.