After finishing second in the nation in passing yardage, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound signal caller has had Mississippi State in his living room twice and Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen visited with him at Amory High on Friday.
He has no idea what Wednesday will bring though.
Williams' dilemma is the lack of scholarships Mississippi State has available and the Bulldogs want him to be a "preferred" walk on.
He said Mississippi State coaches told him he's welcomed to make a decision on them after Wednesday.
"They said Tuesday night there's no telling who may call you and offer you a scholarship," Williams said Sunday after returning from his official visit to Starkville.
He has an offer from Delta State and drew interest from Arkansas State, Ole Miss, UAB and Memphis.
A lot could be determined after Liggins make his announcement and State recruit Nick Schuessler decides what he wants do.
"I'll probably wait around and see what happens," Williams said, "see where Schuessler ends up going and all this."
This season he threw for 5,111 yards and 55 touchdowns and completed nearly 68 percent of his passes.
He was named the Daily Journal's Player of the Year for his efforts.