Williams, who accounted for nearly 10,000 yards and 118 touchdowns at Converse Judson, will enroll early in January. He also could be used at slot receiver.
“We talked to him about taking the path of what D’Eriq did and learning that position and all the different parts; that way it’s a lot easier to put him at different wide receiver positions because you learned from a bird’s eye view,” Applewhite said.
Another option could be Hebron’s Clayton Tune, rated the No. 33 pro-style quarterback in the nation. Tune, who backed out of a commitment from Kansas in late October and also has an offer from Mississippi, announced on Twitter that he will take an official visit to UH on Jan. 12.