The two-way star from Norman, Okla., committed to Texas A&M this summer, but what do the coaching…
Williams Looking at All Options
K.J. Williams, a 6-foot-5, 225-pound defensive end / tight end from North High in Norman, Okla., and his teammates are poised for a playoff run, and he is trying to concentrate on there success at this point in the season. "I am trying to put the recruiting stuff off until after the season," Williams said. "We are looking real good right now. We have Edmond Memorial in the first round of the playoffs. We can handle then if we come out prepared and come out to play." "If we get past Memorial we will most likely play Muskogee. Before it is all over that game (Muskogee/North) is going to be a rivalry. It seems like we always get the best of them in the first half, but they always come back. That is what great teams are supposed to do, and Muskogee is a great team. We need to come out an play all four quarters and I think we will be alright" Williams usually plays on both sides of the ball, but he may be looking to play mostly on defense throughout the playoffs. "I am playing decent right now," Williams said of his game. "At the beginning of the year I think I bought in a little too much about what everyone was writing about me, but my game has picked up a whole bunch. We are running a spread, so I think I will be playing mostly on defense in the playoffs." Williams made a commitment to attend Texas A&M after a night session of their summer camp, but now with changes on the horizon in College Station he is looking at all of his available options. "I am open to everything right now," Williams explained. "My commitment is still there, but how am I supposed to really know what is going to happen. I am just looking at all of my available options due to the sequence of events at A&M." "The other schools I am looking at right now are Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Missouri, Texas Tech, and Iowa State." Williams has not yet set up any official visits, but definitely plans to see some of the schools first hand. "I will set some visits up after the season," Williams began. "I went to the OU/Texas A&M game last weekend, but I did not go as a recruit. I just feel like I owe it to my team to concentrate 100 percent on the playoffs." One team that may stick out for Williams is the hometown Oklahoma Sooners, but unlike all of the other programs that he is considering they have not yet put an offer on paper. "OU has not officially offered," Williams informed. "They are recruiting me for both (DE and TE). I went to their camp and worked out one day at tight end and one day at defensive end. I did good both days." When asked if he though the Sooners would indeed offer Williams had a quick response. "I hope so…"
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