"Out of all the great players we have on our team Bruce is the most valuable. He is the guy we go to on offense to make the big catches when we need them and he makes all the calls for the defense when he is a defensive back. He is the one guy we can't afford to lose. Bruce is the most valuable player on this team."
1 schools have started to realize Bruce's talent and
the offers are now starting to pour in.
"Right now he
has offers from University at Buffalo, Ohio
University, Bowling Green, and pretty much every
school in the MAC conference." The bigger name D1
schools are starting to take notice of Bruce as well.
"Rutgers, Duke, Syracuse, and Alabama are coming in
this week to look at some more tape on Bruce. I think
there is a good chance he will get some offers out of
those schools. He is too good not get more offers."
Bruce is already off to a great start this season. CBA
is undefeated and Bruce has caught 6 touchdown passes
in 3 three games.
"Bruce is off to great start again
this season, in games against Baldwinsville and West
Genesee he had two highlight reel catches that both
went for touchdowns. In my mind he is the premier
possession receiver in the state."
Bruce Williams is a 5-foot-11; 180-pound WR that made
2nd team All-State and 1st team All-Central New York
in 2003. Williams also caught 57 passes for 924 yards
and 15 touchdowns in 2003.
Central NY WR starting to get offers
Cuse Nation Top Stories
Matchup Preview: Syracuse at Boston CollegeFull matchup preview, breakdown and analysis for Saturday's game between Syracuse and Boston College.
Cuse NationThursday at 8:45 PM
Orange Madness PrimerEverything you need to know about Syracuse basketball's Orange Madness event.
Cuse NationThursday at 7:00 PM
Syracuse Injury Report vs Boston CollegeSyracuse released their injury report on Thursday for Saturday's game against B.C.
Cuse NationThursday at 4:00 PM
On Campus: October 22It is a big weekend for visits across the country with several schools hosting major events. Duke and Indiana are hosting huge groups of visitors.
Scout HoopsThursday at 1:45 PM