Justice Williams continues to see his stock rise. The three-star outside linebacker from Texas holds offers from Tulsa, SMU, TCU, North Texas, Mississippi State, Louisiana Tech, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois and most recently Virginia.
The Cavaliers were the latest to offer the Wakeland High School standout.
" (I don't know) a whole lot, I know a little bit," he said. "I have a cousin that lives a few hours from the campus, so I know a little about it. I know that UVa still uses some of the same dorms they used in the 18th or 19th century, and that it is I think the number 2 public school in the nation."
Although Williams has only begun researching the Cavaliers, he and his father are very intrigued and hope to add a visit to Charlottesville in their visit itinerary.
"Me and my dad were actually talking the other day, how we are definitely hoping to taking a visit this summer, if not this this summer hopefully an official visit in the fall."
The academics at Virginia are definitely one reason why he wants to take a deeper look into UVa, however, as the recent NFL draft showed Williams, the football tradition is there at Scott Stadium.
"They are a pretty good football program," he explained. "They put just as many people in the pros as any other college in the nation."
Williams is still trying to figure out his visit schedule with his father, but when he visits he will be looking for one key thing as he travels away from home.
"The school that feels like my home away from home; a place that I feel comfortable at."
Williams holds no favorites currently, but he does have a plan.
"We want to narrow it down probably after June, and I will probably decide after football season towards basketball season."