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Arkansas legacy Zach Williams set to officially visit TCU


Little Rock (Ark.) Joe T. Robinson weak-side defensive end Zach Williams is continuing his official visit tour this weekend and his latest trip will take the Arkansas native to TCU.  

OV this weekend #CARTERBOYS19 @TCUFootball @TCUCoachP @CoachLoop pic.twitter.com/JFlcAeH3oK

— Zach Williams (@ZachWilliams56) June 13, 2018

An Arkansas legacy, Williams officially visited Oregon State last weekend, and Louisville the weekend before that on May 31. Williams hasn’t announced which two programs will receive his final two official visits, but the odds indicate that they’ll be awarded to Arkansas and Texas, as the Razorbacks and Longhorns are considered the favorites and each own 44 percent of his Crystal Ball projections.  

Rated as a 4-star prospect, Williams was a mainstay in opposing backfield as a junior, totaling 70 tackles, 30 tackles for loss, and 11 sacks. He’s ranked as the nation’s No. 353 player, the No. 24 weak-side defensive end, and the No. 5 player in Arkansas, per the 247Sports composite.  

TCU currently holds one defensive end pledge from 3-star Many (La.) product Myron Warren.

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