There are few athletes in the state of Colorado who have more to offer a college program as a student athlete than 2015 Regis athlete Trevor Williams. The 6-2 185 pound Williams was a utility tool for Regis this past season working as a receiver, returner and runner. As a runner, Williams averaged six yards a carry. As a receiver, Williams averaged 27 yards per reception and scored five times. For the season, as a punt and kick returner, Williams compiled nearly 500 total yards.
Beyond the Field Williams is a top student holding a 4.2 GPA in an honors curriculum. Regarding testing, Williams scored a 34 on the ACT and a 2150 on the SAT. The GPA, high test scores combined with his on field skills, has created Ivy options for the talented prospect. Williams reports over the next few weeks he will hit multiple Ivy League camps with stops at Princeton, Harvard, Yale and Columbia. Williams has also been in contact with Army. So far this offseason Williams has camped at Colorado and hopes to camp at Stanford. Williams is also putting in time with his talented Regis squad with morning practices and workouts.
On the field Williams can flat play! As a receiver Williams' 6-2 size creates matchup problems and allows him to feel comfortable catching in traffic, he is good in the redzone and has the speed to make big plays. As a running back, Williams makes people miss and is big enough to run through arm tackles. Also, he is physical and is willing to finish runs. Projecting into college, Williams 20 pounds heavier, is an athlete that has many talents for the right offense.
Further, Williams is on the brink of a breakout season. Last year for a 9-2 Regis squad Williams shared touches with multiple talented skill players. This season Williams will see many more touches as a receiver and runner due to the graduation of multiple skill players. Supporting Williams is potentially the best offensive line in Colorado anchored by Tim Lynott, Jack Maly and Conor Shea.
Williams' future looks bright not only for next season, but at the college level, expect programs to take a long look at this talented student athlete.