Both Scout.com and ESPN rank Williams as a four-star quarterback; ESPN has him as the fifth-best quarterback in the class while Scout.com ranks him at 14th. The 6-foot-1, 185 pound dual-threat quarterback from Harbor City, Calif., would be the second quarterback in the 2013 class for head coach Rich Rodriguez and the seventh commitment overall.
Just more than two weeks ago, the Wildcats received a commitment from Bishop Gorman High School's Anu Solomon, who's rated by Scout.com as a three-star prospect and the 31st-best quarterback in the class. ESPN rated Solomon as the 28th-best signal caller and also listed him as a three-star.
Williams threw for 3,247 yards and 34 touchdowns while rushing for 587 yards and 11 scores in his junior season.