It appears to be a two-horse race for Georgia guard Teondre Williams. The top 100 prospect from Meadowcreek High School is looking hard at a pair while three others are in hot pursuit.
The 6-foot-4, 185-pound prime time athlete said things haven't changed much on the recruiting front since the end of July and it appears that two schools are on top for the four-star prospect.
"It's the same old, same old. Right now, I'm looking at Cincinnati and Clemson," Williams said. "I'm looking at more but those are the two that are really standing out to me right now.
"Clemson, I like the school atmosphere and the coaches. Cincinnati, I like them, too. They just got Cash(mere Wright). We played together at Pangos and I liked playing with him."
Williams has been to Clemson twice before unofficially and Cincinnati on an abbreviated visit for a half day. Williams said he hopes to get back to the Big East school for an official visit in the fall. He said he may not go to Clemson because "I've already seen everything there before so I don't know if I need to go back." Williams said he wants to see Cincinnati before making any kind of decision. A visit in September is likely.
Williams added that Charlotte, Minnesota and Oklahoma are also in the picture and he is trying to decide if and when he'll visit all three programs officially.
"With Cincinnati and Clemson, it's a real small gap between the two but with the other three, the gap is bigger because Cincinnati and Clemson stand out so much," Williams said.
"I think it is going to come down to what school wants me the most. What will be more beneficial to me in order to get me to where I want to go? That's what I need to figure out."
A fall decision is likely, he said.