In 2008 as a sophomore, Williams (5-8, 170) led the Tigers in receiving with 50 catches for 679 yards and four touchdowns en route to a state semifinal appearance with the quickly improving program in the Austin suburbs. The speedster also added 382 rushing yards and three more scores on the ground from his "F" position on the field.
more touches as a junior
As a junior next year, Williams will continue to primarily exploit defenses from the F spot, but it is possible that he might carry the ball from the "T" (running back) position as Tiger leading rusher Glasco Martin heads off to Baylor.
College recruiters certainly have noticed Williams' ability as several schools have invited him to summer camps.
"I got invited to camps at Texas, Penn State and Kansas, but I think I won't make the out-of-state ones," Williams told Burnt Orange Beat after practice this week. Williams does expect to make the Texas camp on June 14. He also plans on attending several local combines.
"The Texas spring game was very fun and very exciting," said Williams, whose cousin is the sophomore corner Aaron Williams. It sounds as though the Longhorns will be tough to beat if they were to offer.
"If Texas were to offer, that would be great. That's who I like," the sophomore said.