Williams is incredibly versatile, and could wind up playing wide receiver, or switching to the defensive side of the ball.
At 6-foot-3, 210 pounds, Williams is ranked as the No. 66 wide receiver in the country and No. 64 overall prospect in the state, according to 247Sports Composite.
TCU is still No. 1 for Sci Martin, a Frog commit, after official visits to LSU and Alabama.
Martin, a TCU commit, told SEC Country that LSU and Alabama were ranked second and third respectively, in his top three.
After taking official visits to Alabama and LSU over the past two weekends, that order remains unchanged for the No. 43 weakside defensive end in the nation.
TCU is still the leader for Niang, despite a good visit to Miami. He'll be making his decision in the coming days.
Lucas Niang is done with his official visits, and now the New Canaan (Conn.) High offensive tackle will choose either Miami, Auburn or TCU in the coming days.
The last trip for the 6-foot-5, 295-pound Niang was to Miami, where he spent plenty of time with the new coaching staff, and got a better feel for the program.
Alix has a solid all-around night, but the Frogs still lost by 13, 97-84. With 16 points, Zhana Medley took sole possession of third on TCU's all-time scoring list.
Alix, who scored all of her 26 points in the second half, added eight assists and five rebounds as she paced four Horned Frogs in double figures. Senior Zahna Medley added 16 points while senior Caitlin Diaz and junior Jada Butts each added 11 points.
The first half was the back-breaker for the Frogs.
West Virginia (16-4, 5-2 Big 12) shot 61 percent in the first half, including a 6-for-12 clip from behind the arc to take a 50-23 lead, thanks to a 29-5 run ending the first half.
It was truly a team effort, as Cameron Norrie, Eduardo Nava, and Jerry Lopez all were big contributors.
The Frogs (2-0) earned their second straight berth to the ITA National Team Indoor Championship in Charlottesville, Va., from Feb. 12-15, with the victory over the Cowboys (4-1).
Texas is coming off a loss to Kansas, while TCU tries to bounce back after four losses in a row. TCU defeated Texas 58-57 for their lone conference win back on January 9th.
TCU returns to the road Tuesday night at Texas, beginning at 7:00 p.m. CT.
Fans not able to attend the contest against the Longhorns can follow it live on the Longhorn Network with Lowell Galindo (Play-By-Play) and Lance Blanks (Color) calling the action live.
Tuesday's game is also available on the radio airwaves via KTCU, 570 AM KLIF, FrogVision, SiriusXM (135/200) or TuneIn Radio.