Isaiah Woullard of PCS rushed for 3,085 yards and 29 TD's in his Junior Season. The explosive prospect is ready for even more in his senior season coming up.
"My senior year means a lot to me I expect it to be better than my Junior year," Woullard told GoldenEaglePride.com.
"I'm holding myself accountable to play at a certain level for my team."
His accountability has already paid dividends, as he is getting after it this summer.
"My summer is going good I've been working out and getting ready for my last two camps," he said. "I want to be more of a complete running back and really have been working on my explosion."
He certainly showed the Southern Miss coaches what he could do at their Elite camp a few weeks ago in Hattiesburg, and he said that offer was really important for him.
"It means a lot especially because they were my first Division One offer," he said.
He has a few more camps left before he'll finish out his summer.
"Memphis, Ole miss, Tulane, North Carolina, Ohio, Troy, and Central Arkansas are all showing interest," he said. "I have a camp at Tulane and North Carolina in the next few weeks."
Woullard will certainly be one to watch closely as the summer closes out and as he heads into his crucial senior season. Stay tuned!