Recruiting 2018: Cowboys Get A Center in Williams

“I’ve committed to Oklahoma State,” Williams said. “I feel comfortable there. The atmosphere is great and it is close to home. They have a lot of Texans on the team, so I will feel right at home. They really take care of their players.”

The Cowboys could have a future center in Houston (Cy-Ridge) offensive lineman Tyrese Williams. Williams was offered by Oklahoma State on the day of the spring game and he just gave his commitment to Oklahoma State.

“I’ve committed to Oklahoma State,” Williams said. “I feel comfortable there. The atmosphere is great and it is close to home. They have a lot of Texans on the team, so I will feel right at home. They really take care of their players.”

Williams is a 6-3, 285 pound high energy lineman that has played a lot of guard but also has experience at center.

“I’m really going to play center this season (at Cy-Ridge),” he added. “With my frame I am more of a guard and center guy.”

Last season he earned first-team All-District honors in Class 17-6A and he was also honorable mention All-State. This spring he earned Offensive Line MVP honors at Nike’s The Opening Regional in Houston. That is pretty prestigious.

Williams is solid on tape at about every possible assignment inside and he had over 60 pancake blocks last season. He is good straight on as a drive blocker, can reach easily, can pull down the line and in fact, really excels at blocking on the move and does it quite often in the Cy-Ridge scheme. Pass blocking is also no problem and he seems to read well in picking up stunts and blitzes.

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