Caleb Williams was made available to the media tonight for the first time in his career with the Sooners. Coming off of a 47-32 win in the Alamo Bowl game where Williams stole the show, you knew a question about his future was bound to be asked.
It was Lincoln Riley’s decision to not let freshman speak to the media during his time at Oklahoma. It seems like a rather safe policy to have in place, but it was nice to hear what Williams had to say after this rollercoaster of a season. He has had some time to mature now and letting him speak to the media seems like a no brainer.
Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World asked him about his future and this is what he had to say.
Williams seems like he was prepared for these questions and handled his first presser like a pro. He didn’t commit to returning to the Sooners but he didn’t hint at leaving either.
It seems like he has a great relationship with the team and the University, and hearing that he has talked with Oklahoma’s new Offensive Coordinator Jeff Lebby every day that he’s been at the Alamo Bowl certainly seems like a good sign.
Caleb Williams on Brent Venables:— Eric Bailey (@EricBaileyTW) December 30, 2021
"Oklahoma chose the right guy to come in here."
"We'll see how Oklahoma does and what I decide."
Says he's talked with Coach Lebby every day since he's been at the Alamo Bowl. #Sooners
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