Terrell Williams is in The Zone

Terrell Williams is in The Zone

Terrell Williams is in the zone. He started out his week raking in offers from Wyoming and New Mexico. However, the fun was just beginning as Oregon State, Tulsa, and Nebraska have decided to throw their hat in the pool of competition for the three star athlete. The new offers take his scholarship count from seven to ten and Williams is particularly excited about one of them.

Displaying his usual swagger, Terrell Williams of Edison Preparatory High School in Tulsa, OK, notifies Scout.com of his new offers by saying, "I'm blowing up. I picked up three more from Oregon State, Tulsa, and Nebraska."

I have to agree seeing that he picked up five scholarships in as many days. Although, he quickly humbled himself as he began to talk about his options. One of the schools to offer truly puts into prospective his ability but at the same time he realizes it is an honor to be associated with such a historic institution.

"I'm blessed to have offers, but Nebraska?!! Nebraska is Nebraska. This is a big time offer. They play in a great conference, they have great academics, and their tradition is crazy."

"To even be considered is an honor but a scholarship is big time."

Williams also touched on his other offers.

"Tulsa is real close to my house. And I like that about them. They are also a private school so I would get a great education."

"Oregon State is in the PAC 10. They play great competition. They're up and coming. I seen that they won seven out of their last eight games and won a bowl which is impressive."

With such high regards for the "Black Shirts", it would seem as if they moved to the top of his list. However, that is not the case. Williams sports a 3.9 GPA and is as smart and calculative in the recruiting process as he is in the classroom.

"I don't have a list. Obviously, Nebraska offering me is huge, but I have to visit there and other schools. I have been hearing a lot from Oklahoma and I would like an offer from them. So I am wide open right now."

"It's going to be hard to decide because all the schools are great and the coaches do a good job recruiting me."

Williams may not know this now, but having to choose one school over ten others, is a great problem to have.

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