Published January 8, 2012 - 8:45am
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Texas high school running back Trey Williams, who is currently committed to play at Texas A&M, is really going to be fun to watch in college over the course of the next few years.
Williams was the top overall running back in the Houston area, and he has just blazing speed to go along with shifty moves. Williams was also named named the Rivals High offensive player of the year for the country.
Check him out taking a screen pass to the house that was unfortunately called back because of a penalty in yesterday’s Army All-American Game:
As the Aggies enter the SEC, they are getting a good running back with electric moves and speed in Trey Williams. I am really excited to watch this kid over the next three to four years at College Station. One thing to keep an eye on is his size and durability, and his role in new coach Kevin Sumlin’s spread offense.