Ryan recruiting notes: Ryan’s J.T. Williams to make decision tomorrow

Ryan senior defensive tackle J.T. Williams has narrowed his college choices to Houston Baptist, Southern Miss and Massachusetts. Williams will make his decision tomorrow on national signing day. (David Minton/Denton Record-Chronicle)

We’re less than 24 hours away from national signing day, and one of Ryan’s biggest recruits still has a decision to be made.

Ryan senior defensive tackle J.T. Williams will be making his decision tomorrow on where he will play college football. Williams took a visit to Massachusetts this weekend and he didn’t get back until yesterday because of all the “inclement weather” Dallas experienced over the weekend.

The hectic weekend is very appropriate for a recruit like Williams, who has experienced a hectic recruiting process.

Williams’ final three offers include Houston Baptist, Southern Miss and UMass. Southern Miss offered Williams yesterday. The Ryan senior also has offers from Eastern Illinois, Abilene Christian and Northwestern State.

As for Ryan’s other FBS recruit, defensive end Sekou Clark, things may get interesting before tomorrow. Clark has committed to Louisiana-Monroe, but I’ve heard from sources at Ryan that he may end up flipping to Vanderbilt, where he visited last weekend.

Clark was originally supposed to visit Boise State, but Vanderbilt came in at the last minute and swept him away for a weekend in Tennessee. I’ll be shocked if he keeps his commitment to ULM.

As for the other Ryan seniors, this is what I have so far: Tucker Cross (Henderson State), K Marc Orozco (Grambling State), RB Tyrone Williams (Prairie View A&M), WR Preston Compton (Graceland), DT Reese Strait (Southern Arkansas), WR Trent Willis (Arkansas-Monticello), ATH Xavier Pittman (Bethel).

Stay posted. If anything else changes between now and tomorrow, we’ll have it right here.

 

 

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