08 July 2012
Slickerville (N.J.) Timber Creek running back Zaire Williams announced this week that he will be announcing his college destination on Monday. The talented back is no stranger to Morgantown having visited the University City for the Gold-Blue Game in April, and the 7-on7 tournament in June.
Will Williams be the 8th commitment in the 2013 class?
Here is our article on Williams written by our Senior Wirter, Jon Martin, from June.
With one running back already committed in the 2013 recruiting class, West Virginia is still in hot pursuit of another.
Given the reputation of the Mountaineers explosive offense, finding another back shouldn't be difficult. One prospect who's name you'll want to keep an eye on is, Zaire Williams.
Williams, from Timber Creek High (NJ), has been high on West Virginia for a while. The interest between himself and the 'Eers staff is mutual. One reason Williams is high on the prospects of playing for WVU is his relationship with running backs coach, Robert Gillespie.
The 5-foot-11, 210 pound back visited Morgantown in April. He's also scheduled to visit again in June. There's also a possibility for another visit in September.
While a verbal pledge is definitely a possibility during his visit, Williams is hoping to focus on his senior season. In 2011, he rushed for 1,621 on 195 carries and 28 touchdowns. Those are numbers he's hoping to top in 2012.
According to Scout.com, Williams is considered a 3-star prospect.
In addition to WVU, he also holds offers from Iowa, UCONN, Pittsburgh and Temple.
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