Brooklyn (N.Y.) Abraham Lincoln tight end/defensive end Ishaq Williams is among the top uncommitted prospects remaining in the Northeast, and a few schools are still standing out for his services.
Williams still plans on making a late decision.
"Alabama, Notre Dame and Penn State right now are still standing out," he said. "I haven't cut my list, there are still schools involved like USC and Miami, they're still involved. I didn't really cut anything out but those are the schools at the front."
Williams has two visits coming up in the near future.
"I have Notre Dame next week, and I have Penn State also," he said. "It might be [when the Nittany Lions host Michigan], but I'm not sure. I'll probably finish my officials after the season. Right now I can't really schedule anything because we have games on Saturday and stuff like that."
Penn State assistant coach Kermit Buggs has stayed in contact with the senior standout.
"They've been talking to me every week," he said. "They're just saying that their school would fit me really good. They're not really pressing me, it's more of a laid-back thing. I'll be getting out there pretty soon."
Lincoln is currently the No. 1-ranked team in New York City's Public School Athletic League, and Williams is a big reason why. The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder has lined up all over the field for the Railsplitters this season.
"We're 3-0 right now," he said. "I have two touchdowns and about four two-point conversions on offense. I have like 11 tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery on defense."