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Kasen Williams (Scout.com)
Northwest Recruiting Analyst
Posted Jun 12, 2010
Kasen Williams, Scout.com's No. 1 receiver prospect from Skyline High School in Sammamish, Wash. narrowed his college choices down to 10 Saturday evening. Here are his top-10 (in no particular order), along with a quick comment as to why he picked them.
Scout.com will have a full video interview with Williams Sunday evening as Skyline wraps up their 'Skills & Drills on the Hill' passing league.
' Top Ten
: "I like that they are close to home. They are an in-state, close to home school."
: "My parents went there, I have a lot of family from there. It's closest to home."
: "I like the weather, I like the coaching staff, I like the players a lot and I like how they are playing."
: "SEC school, big competition school. One of the tops of the pack every year."
: "Pretty good football school, an even better track program - which is something I'm interested in, obviously."
: "Nice facilities, they are a championship contending team every year. I like the coaching staff a lot too."
: "I like that it's far out, a little bit. I like how they play - there's an opportunity to get a lot of balls at that program."
: "Their coaching staff caught me the most. They are not a big throwing school, but their coaching staff got to me."
: "National Championship team. Not big on the pass, and Julio (Jones) is already there, but they are a national championship contending team and are an SEC school."
: "National Championship contending school…might join the Pac-10, which would be kind of crazy and I would like that a lot."
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