"We started out slow, but have been coming on strong," Williams told Dawgman.com. "We just beat our rivals, Buena, 35-21. We play San Luis Obispo this Friday in the playoffs."
Brandon has been doing double duty, going for 1344 yards and 16 touchdowns as a running
back and racking up 35 tackles on defense as a defensive back."
So what is it that separates Williams from the rest of the pack? "I think it's my speed and size,"
he said. With a 4.5 40, 275-pound bench and 36-inch vertical jump, Brandon's claim isn't
exaggerated. Add to that his leadership skills. "I do both," Williams said when asked whether
or not he's a vocal leader on the field. "I lead by example, but I can lead with my voice too."
Even though Brandon's season isn't finished, he's already put in the required research to trim
his recruiting wish list. "I've already narrowed my recruiting to four schools I'm interested in,"
Williams said. "Washington, Oregon, Oregon State and Utah State."
The Aggies seem to be the odd program out, but Williams explains his interest. "Well, I have
friends that go up there," he said. "I wouldn't be going up there so much for football, but for the
And his other favorites?
Washington - "I've been watching the football team. I've seen some of the games on
TV. And I know they have great academics up there."
Oregon - "I've seen pictures of Oregon and it looks like a nice place to play. And
academically, it looks like there are some good choices."
Oregon State - "I have a friend that went there and she says the academics there
Brandon wants to major in History in college. He's in the unique situation of knowing roughly
where he wants to go, but not having any contact from any of the schools he's interested in.
Williams and his high school coach are taking a pro-active approach to his recruitment, one he
hopes will get him a coveted scholarship offer. "I haven't talked to any coaches yet," he said.
"My coach, Tim Lins, is getting game film of my last two years and sending it to all the schools.
I'm going to wait a little bit longer to see if any coaches call, and if they don't I'll start writing
letters asking about taking official visits."
We'll be in touch with Brandon in the coming weeks to find out if he was able to secure any
offers or trip offers.
Moorpark athlete looking at four
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