Jameson Williams is a four-star wide receiver from St. Louis, a fertile recruiting ground for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Unsurprisingly, OSU is the favorite to land him. Over at 247Sports' crystal ball, 94-percent of voters have him winding up at OSU. No other team has a vote, 6-percent are undecided.
Over the summer, he took a trip to Columbus on June 22. He doesn't yet have a fall date set.
Jameson Williams was set to go to Oregon this weekend, but has canceled the trip.
Oregon hosts College GameDay for its match-up with Stanford, so it should be a great atmosphere in Eugene that he will be missing out on.
Buckeyes' recruiting analyst Jeremy Birmingham floated the possibility of Ohio State swiping the official visit date. OSU welcomes back Urban Meyer to the sideline this weekend, for a game vs. Tulane.
Williams reportedly went to UCLA last weekend. According to 247, he has dates set for Nebraska and Alabama for later in the fall. Those three programs, as well as Ohio State and Oregon, make up his top five.
Williams is ranked No. 129 overall in the class of 2019. He is the No. 24 wide receiver, and the second-ranked player in Missouri.
The Buckeyes' top recruit in the class is also a receiver. Five-star Austin, Texas native Garrett Wilson gave his pledge back in April.
Ohio State's class is currently ranked No. 15 in the country, and No. 3 in the Big Ten.