(QB L.G. Williams"Coach Washington is a good dude and he's going to make the best decision for him and his family. I talked to Coach Schultz the day before and he made sure that I knew I would be 100 percent taken care of. Him leaving doesn't effect my decision to got to Texas State what so ever."
Williams led Steele H.S. all the way to the 6A State Semi-Finals, where they eventually lost to powerhouse Katy, in overtime. Williams had 220 yards through the air, with two touchdowns and no interceptions, and adding 66 yards with his legs.
On the season L.G. threw for 2,196 yards as well as 25 touchdowns and only three interceptions. He also added over 900 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns to his totals. Williams was the District 25 6A Offensive MVP as well as the San Antonio Express News Offensive Player of the year.
(WR Justin Gamble)
"In no way does it affect my decision. I've already spoken with Coach Schultz and Coach Johnson, I am solid on Texas State."
Gamble's team fell short of the playoffs this past season, but he was a unanimous All District first team choice. He finished with 863 yards and 9 touchdowns in ten games this season. Justin has an official visit set for January 16th and plans to make the short trip down from round rock to check out the campus one more time.
(DE Myles Cheatum)
"I don't know how i feel about Coach Washington leaving. I will have to familiarize myself with the new coach, and get a feel for him."
Cheatum ended his high school playing career in the state championship game, however was not able to come out with a ring. He was primarily used at tight end this season and saw the defensive side of the ball sparingly, but also says he could end up playing both positions at Texas State.
Myles mentioned that he has been contacted by OC Mike Schultz to let him know that he too will be taken care of. He has a visit scheduled for January the 18th.