Trayveon Williams is going to miss playing in front of the 12th Man. The Texas A&M running back has announced that he is declaring for the 2019 NFL Draft.
Williams shared his announcement by narrating a video of highlights from his Aggies career. He offers a heartfelt farewell to the school he has called home since 2016.
— Trayveon Williams (@TrayveonW) January 4, 2019
The Houston native nearly doubled his career numbers with a monster junior season. After rushing for a combined 1,855 in his freshman and sophomore seasons, Williams rushed for 1,760 yards, a single-season Texas A&M record, in 2018. He also recorded 18 rushing touchdowns as a junior, bringing his career total to 34. Williams goes out with a bang. In Texas A&M’s Gator Bowl win over NC State, Williams carried the ball 19 times for 236 yards and three touchdowns.