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Williams to decide soon

Delton Williams could be making his commitment within days.
And from what the Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep athlete is saying it looks like he's going to join his teammate at Michigan State.
Erie Cathedral Prep quarterback Damion Terry committed to the Spartans earlier this month and that has played a big role as Williams has considered his recruitment.
"I could be committing sometime soon," Williams said. "It could be in the next few days.
"That's a real big factor. You will probably find out how big of a factor here soon.
"I'm not trying to say too much because I don't want to say it and not do it but I want to give you a heads up it's possible in the next couple days."
Williams has talked highly about Boston College, had an offer from the Eagles and even considered an unofficial visit sometime before his senior season but Michigan State has made up serious ground in his recruitment and could land his pledge soon.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound athlete has been to Michigan State multiple times and seems to have enjoyed it each time. Now that his teammate is committed there Williams said it makes sense for him to make his decision, too.
"I was the one who first went down there," Williams said. "I went down there before him and I was down there for the Wisconsin-Michigan State game, the jump ball game. That was something special.
"That was my first college football game and to be down there for that and then they stormed the field. It doesn't get much better than that. Those moments only come around once in a blue moon.
"We went down there for the junior day and they gave us a lot of attention and then we went down there for spring practice and he went down there for the spring game so we're really looking at that place right now."
Williams lists offers from Boston College, Duke, Illinois, Kent State, Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Temple, Toledo, West Virginia and Youngstown State.
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