Hilton Head Island High School quarterback Michael Julian better make room in the car if he plans on playing football for the University of Arizona next season.
Jamario Williams could be coming with him.
The Hilton Head Christian Academy cornerback has received an offer of his own from the Wildcats, as secondary coach Tony Gibson delivered the news to the 6-foot-1, 175-pound defender over the phone last week.
"I would really like to go to a school where I could make an impact all the way," he said. "A school like Arizona, I'd love to go there because of the talent level and the skill level they play on."
Williams, who also has an offer from NCAA Division II Newberry College, is projected as a safety at the college level but said he would prefer to stay at cornerback. The rising senior runs a 4.53 40-yard dash and has completed the 100-meter in under 11 seconds, according to Eagles head coach Tommy Lewis.
"He's not only quick out of the blocks, but he's also fast and can maintain that speed over a distance," Lewis said. "Speed and just overall athleticism (are some of his strengths)."
Williams -- who also plays basketball and runs track -- plays on both sides of the football, and Lewis said Williams may receive offers as a receiver in the near future. Williams said he prefers to play defense because "you get to hit people," but admitted he would play receiver should college coaches recruit him to the position.
"I don't think there's too many things he didn't do for us as a junior," Lewis said. "We just want to take that to the next level coming into this fall. He's worked real hard in the weight room and on the field, working on his technique and trying to get better at both wide receiver and defensive back."
Lewis said Williams may have jumped on the Wildcats' radar after they offered Julian a few weeks ago. His father sent Arizona film some time ago before coach Rich Rodriguez and Co. called Lewis with an official offer.
"I think there are some coaching staffs that look at a situation where, 'Hey, if we're going to try to get this kid from across the country, he might want to have someone else from his area,' " Lewis said. " 'If we can get both of them it will be really good.'
"So they start looking a little deeper at the talent pool in that area. I think Jamario is one of those kids in our area that kind of jumped off the board to them."
Williams said he and Julian are friends but have yet to speak about the Arizona offer. The Seahawk quarterback also has offers from East Carolina, Toledo, Marshall, Buffalo, Eastern Michigan and UNC Charlotte.
Williams expects Elon to be the next school coming to him with an offer, but he didn't hesitate to note that Arizona was his clear-cut leader at the moment. Being able to play alongside Julian would only be an added bonus.
"I think it would be a good experience for both of us to go play together in Arizona at the next level," he said.