Oklahoma State assistant coach Trooper Taylor knows a talented wide receiver when he sees one. He coached current New Orleans Saint Robert Meachem at the University of Tennessee and was the wide receivers coach of Tennessee Titan Roydell Williams while at Tulane. The OSU wide receivers coach likes what he sees from the inexperienced Cowboy receiving corp, including sophomore Will Cole.
August 2, 2008
It was a show Sunday night at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Cedar Hill, Texas, as KDFW-TV Channel 4, the local Dallas Fox affiliate, was live there with Cedar Hill Longhorns quarterback/athlete William Cole. The 5-11, 173-pound speedster amassed more than 4,000 yards of total offense and 62 touchdowns in leading the Longhorns to a Class 5A state championship in Texas.
February 4, 2007
The University of Arkansas could land a coveted Texas recruit tonight around 10:20 p.m. when Cedar Hill standout William Cole (5-10, 165, 4.4), who had a phenomenal season in which he accounted for 61 touchdowns, announces his choice live on Dallas TV station KDFW.
February 3, 2007
You have to move pretty quick to keep up with athlete William Cole of Cedar Hill, Texas, and we weren't that quick Sunday. Cole, who is 5-11, 170 pounds, and runs a 4.5, was already home from his official visit to Oklahoma State and had gone out to catch up with friends.
January 29, 2007
When you talk about fast football players in the state of Texas you have to talk about William Cole. Cole really showed off his speed in the 5A title game in San Antonio last month. His recruiting trips have just started and he is finding that he will need to take some trips in the middle of some weeks. He is looking at one of those next week.
January 17, 2007