Ryan Williams is taking his commitment down to the wire after reopening his recruitment. In fact, he is expected to visit a handful of SEC programs leading up to National Signing Day in February.

Originally, Williams was committed to Alabama as a 5-star wide receiver and the No. 2 in-state prospect per the 247 Sports Composite. However, he reopened his recruitment after Nick Saban’s retirement announcement, putting one of the best players in the 2024 recruiting class back on the market.

Since reopening his recruitment, Williams took an official visit to Texas A&M over the weekend. Chad Simmons with On3 Sports is also reporting Williams will take 4 more visits before National Signing Day.

According to Simmons, Williams will take a mid-week visit to LSU (Jan. 17) and a weekend visit to Alabama (Jan. 19). He will also visit Texas (Jan. 26) and Auburn (Feb. 2) prior to National Signing Day.

Williams is certainly a potential difference-maker out of Alabama’s Saraland High School. The 247 Sports Composite rates Williams as the 9th overall player for the class of 2024 and the No. 4 WR in the country.

With the majority of the cycle already wrapped up, Williams’ decision will be one of the biggest to be finalized in February.