Class of 2003: FB Travis Williams - Melbourne, FL

Good things come in small packages, if you believe that 5-foot-9, 210 pounds meets the definition of small. Travis Williams is a fullback from Melbourne (Fla.) Holy Trinity. Last season, he rushed for 1,682 yards on 185 carries (a hefty 9.1 average) and 25 TDs. He is hearing from a number of teams, including the Heels.

Travis Williams is a fullback from the Holy Trinity Academy out of Melbourne, Florida. Last season, Williams rushed for 1,682 yards on 185 carries (a hefty 9.1 average), while scoring 25 touchdowns.

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Coach John Thomas told Inside Carolina, "Travis is an extremely powerful runner who is seldom brought down by one man. He is bright, self-motivating, and mature for his age. Travis is strong, quick, and has soft hands."

After his 2001 season, Williams garnered the following honors and awards: All-State (Second Team); Florida Athletic Coaches Association District Player of the Year; and Leading Rusher on the Space Coast of Florida.

Williams is also a member of the Tigers' basketball team, where he is the third leading scorer on Florida's Space Coast. Williams plans to attend the University of Florida football camp and possibly Auburn or Georgia Southern. Last summer (2001) he attended the Florida football camp and won the Most Outstanding Running Back Award.  He just recently took an unofficial visit to Florida.

Williams has heard from numerous schools to include: Auburn, Bemidji College, Blackburn College, Canasius, Central Florida, Colorado, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, LSU, Miami (FL), Miami (OH), Missouri, Northwestern, North Carolina, North Carolina A&T, Notre Dame, Penn State, Samford, South Florida, Southern Mississippi, Stanford, Texas, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.

Williams' early list of schools in his order, include: Florida, Miami (FL), Auburn, South Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia Southern, Iowa, Ohio State, and Stanford.

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