Williams Weighs In

This first team All-Greater Houston commit is the only center and 1 of 3 O-linemen committed to the Bobcats. Our staff was able to catch up with him for an update.

Coming off of an All State Junior year, Willie Williams had another great season and helped push his team into another playoff run . After making the State Championship Game the year before, Pearland wasn’t able to redeem themselves with another shot at state. The Eagles finished the season 10-2 and made it to the second round of the playoffs where they lost to Dickinson 35-21.

“This season I finished 1st team all greater Houston, finalist for offensive player of the year, and I was voted 1st ultimate team in Houston,” said Williams.

With his high school career now over, Williams' is still going to maintain a busy schedule, with moving on to track & field, playing catcher for the baseball team, all the while still have off-season workouts.

“I’m going to throw discuss, and I played baseball growing up and quit before I started high school, but I thought about it and decided why not try it one last time,” said Williams

With signing day coming up in a few weeks, other schools are still keeping in contact with with Willie, but he still remains a solid commit to the Bobcats

“Some other schools are talking to me but none have offered, but as of now I am pretty sure I am still going to Texas State,” said Williams

Willie only allowed 2 sacks during his high school career and that came his sophomore year. He finished his senior campaign with around 90 pancakes. He's very confident in himself going into fall camp, weighing in at 290lbs and standing at 6’2.5”, he believes he can contribute right away.

“My main goal for this next season is to start as a freshmen and contribute the best way I can,” said Williams.

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