Euless Trinity junior-to-be running back Tevin Williams is one of the top athletes in the state of Texas in the 2011 class. At 5-11, and 175 pounds, the back is already drawing attention from some of the top programs in the country. Burnt Orange Beat dives into the film room with Williams.
Not much was expected from Tevin Williams
as a sophomore. He backed up Nebraska
signee Dontrayevous Robinson
and was expected to be a complementary player on a very talented, Trinity team. Trinity won the Texas
state championship in 2007.
Instead, Williams could not be kept off of the field. Ultimately, Williams won the job from Robinson and led Trinity in rushing with 1,167 yards and 20 touchdowns. Williams has a long stride and breakaway speed and you can also see that on the track. Williams finished seventh in state in the triple jump while posting 45 feet and 8 inches.
There is no doubt that Williams will play high BCS level college football. Williams' father, Travis Mosley, played corner at Kansas State.
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