One of the top running backs in the state of Texas in the 2010 class is Aldine's Dontae Williams. The 5-11, 200-pounder with 4.5 speed and power didn't enjoy as productive a year as many others, but is on the radar of many of the region's top programs. Take a look at these junior highlights of his hurricane-shortened season.
Aldine High School in Texas
always has some big time players and this year is no different. Dontae Williams
is beginning to receive the recruiting attention worthy of his impressive skill set. Blessed with power, the ability to play high to low, quick feet and a nifty spin move in traffic as well as run maximizing power when he makes his body small on contact and finishes a play with impressive forward lean, Williams has caught the attention of programs from around the region.
Williams has not had the on the field production of other backs due to having two games cancelled stemming from Hurricane Ike and a high ankle sprain the limited him for two more games in 2008. Even with the missed time, the powerfully build back still earned first team all-district honors.
As a sophomore, Williams split time between running back and linebacker for the Mustangs rushing for about 400 yards.
Enjoy these junior highlights and a photo gallery of Williams.