Oklahoma quarterback Caleb Williams still hasn’t made a decision yet. The highly-touted quarterback who had an outstanding first year with the Sooners is considering all his options.

It’s been reported that USC, LSU and Wisconsin are among the three schools he’s looking at closely. He would undoubtedly provide a boost at the quarterback position for all three programs and could win the starting job immediately.

News got around to legendary Wisconsin running back Montee Ball. The ex-Badger made his pitch for Williams to head to Madison with a post on Twitter:

Wisconsin does have starting quarterback Graham Mertz returning, but he did struggle throughout the 2021 season. He ended the year with more interceptions (11) than touchdown passes (10).

Williams, on the other hand, threw for 1,912 yards and 21 touchdowns with just 4 interceptions. He also rushed for 435 yards and 6 touchdowns, most of which came after replacing Spencer Rattler as the starter at Oklahoma.

Everyone is waiting on pins and needles to see where Williams lands. He’s considered to be the top player currently in the NCAA transfer portal.