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Orangebloods – OL Ori Williams Getting an Early Start on the OV Process

orry williams Has always maintained that he keeps an open mind to all schools that are recruiting him, and while that’s true, Williams has started to jump-start the official touring portion of his recruiting.

Last weekend, the San Marcos product was in Oklahoma State for an official visit. In early May, Williams plans to make an official visit to Florida. In June, he will visit Texas A&M, Georgia and Texas. Williams said that LSU could also receive a visit if it decides to defer its schedule. With more than 20 scholarship offers, Williams hasn’t slammed the door on any school recruiting him, but these visits could be an indication of which teams are the strongest contenders.

“I’m starting to tone it down a little bit, but I’m still pretty open,” Williams said.

Williams has made several informal visits, including stops at LSU, Texas A&M, and several trips to Texas. The trip to Oklahoma State was Williams’ first experience of what happens on an official trip, and he said things went well.

“It was good. It was a good officer,” Williams said. “It was good to spend some time with Coach Dickey, see the boys and how they operate on and off the field at Oklahoma State.”

Looking down the road, when it will be time to decide, Williams said the biggest factor in her final commitment will be relationships and growth.

“Honestly, just look at where I am in the process and how I’m feeling and how the coaches are. For me, it’s the person above the player, so that’s how my relationship with the coaches is and how the coaches develop and improve over a six-month period,” Williams said.

Texas offensive line coach Kyle Flood has done a good job of prioritizing Williams, including offering him a year ago.

“Coach Flood is my boy. I will not lie to you. He came to watch me practice last weekend,” Williams said. “I’ve always had a good time talking to him. I’ve learned new things from him that I’m using this spring ball, things I’ve learned from him. I think he really helps me grow well.” Could

Williams is ranked as a three-star prospect by


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