Many of the top quarterbacks in the Class of 2021 have already given their commitments. But Caleb Williams, arguably the top QB prospect in the class, has yet to do so. While he still has plenty of time left to commit, he’s narrowed the field down a bit.
Taking to Twitter on Monday, Williams announced that he has cut his list down to a final five. Caleb Williams’ final schools consist of Clemson, LSU, Maryland, Penn State and Oklahoma. He has visited all of those schools except Maryland in the past year.
247Sports rates Williams as a five-star prospect and the No. 5 overall prospect in the country. He is the No. 1 dual-threat QB in the nation, and the No. 1 prospect from Washington, D.C.
But it’s Williams’ scouting report that may really get people interested in him in the months to come. 247Sports national recruiting analyst Brian Dohn compared him to Seahawks superstar QB Russell Wilson.
“…Dynamic athlete who can devastate defenses with his arm or legs. Great competitor with high intangibles. Natural leader and makes big plays. Strong, accurate arm. Tight release. Can throw 15-yard out, has touch on intermediate throws and throws pretty deep ball. Gets through progressions. Can throw ball 70 yards. Moves well in pocket. Plays poised and relaxed in stressful situations. Has elusiveness in open field. Needs more experience and improve accuracy when throwing on move. Elite quarterback who can play early for top-level team. First round NFL draft potential.”
That’s very high praise for the Gonzaga High School signal caller.
— Caleb Williams (@CALEBcsw) March 23, 2020
247Sports’ Crystal Ball Predictions give Williams an 80-percent chance of going to Oklahoma and a 13-percent chance of going to LSU.
Which of Caleb Williams’ final schools will he end up picking when all is said and done?