The upcoming 2018 college football season will begin in a few months and new names and faces will become well-known throughout the country as the year goes on.
Then, in 2019, it starts all over again. What remains constant is that schools and coaches recruit these prospects to become names well-known. Of course, if everybody knows who they are, they are likely doing something right.
Kyren Williams, a running back in the Class of 2019, hopes to become a household name and announced his top eight on Sunday.
Mom, You’ve made this whole thing possible you sacrificed everything to get me to this point in my life I can’t thank you enough I am forever grateful for you ❤️
Top 8, Official Commitment date coming soon. pic.twitter.com/n91xT35Fxr
— Kyren Williams (@Kyrensiren) May 13, 2018
Missouri, Stanford and Notre Dame are among Williams’ top eight, but outside of those schools, the Big Ten is king. Michigan, Illinois, Michigan State, Nebraska and Iowa also made his top eight list.
According to 247Sports, Williams is a 3-star prospect and is the No. 25 RB in his class. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound back is from Saint Louis, Mo.
The recruiting site’s Crystal Ball Predictions give Williams a 100 percent chance to choose Notre Dame. Of course, the predictions have been right before, but they have been wrong more than once as well.