Nebraska is looking to take one and maybe two more safeties in the 2009 class. Yahshua Williams is…
Williams Set to Visit Tech and Nebraska
"I'm visiting Texas Tech this weekend and Nebraska next weekend," said the nations 74th ranked cornerback prospect, Yahshua Williams. "The other two [schools] in my top four are Kansas and Southern Miss." "Tech graduates all of their DBs and I'll be a part of their new frontier. I can come in and play early. I'll have to step up my game, but I like a challenge. At Tech I'll be able to go in a see what I can do." "I got a close friend at Nebraska; Josh Williams, he plays d-end up there. He is one of the main reasons that I like Nebraska. He tells me what's real and what's not and everything the coaches say to me, he says is real. No double crossing stuff," says Williams. "Coach (Tim) Beck is a big reason too. He's a good guy. He gives you the full 360 of what is going to go on up there. He shoot everything straight." " I have been talking to Coach (Je'Ney) Jackson," say Williams, speaking of Kansas. "We have a strong relationship. He has conversations with my parents and they like him. As far as the visit goes; he wants me to come up after the season. He is busy with the games and has things to do. He wants me to get a chance to see everything and have his full attention. He cares about way more than football. He wants me to be a success off the field and in the classroom because if football doesn't work out, I will need something to fall back on." "I would have already scheduled my visit to Southern Miss but I have been trying to call Coach (Todd) Bradford and can't get him on the phone." He adds, "It's a good school and Coach Bradford is a funny dude. He calls and we have a couple of laughs. He thinks I can play anywhere for them. He likes my versatility. I can play corner, safety, or even receiver. When I go down there, I'm going to see how I fit in; with the players, in the system, and things like that. I think I can play early, I just have to fit in right and see how they want to use me. Scout.com will speak with Williams after each visit to find out what he think about each program and to see where things stand.
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