September 26, 2011

Williams, Dekaney Rolling Along

Texas A&M commit and Spring Dekaney standout Trey Williams has picked up right where he left off in an impressive junior season that pulled in attention from college coaches across the country. The shifty back has piled up over 900 yards already through the first five games of the season and should have no problem reaching the 2,000 yard mark this season, possibly even in the regular season.

Williams and his teammates continued their perfect season Friday night as they downed Spring High School 41-15 at Leonard George Stadium to start their march through district play. Afterwards, Williams talked about his role and the main goal for the team this year.

"I just do what I can for the team each week," said the Rivals four star back. "We have never been to the playoffs and that's what we are going to do this year. We have a heck of a team on both sides of the ball. It is all about wins right now and getting that district championship."

At times during the early part of the season the Dekaney staff has wisely pulled Williams from games that were firmly in hand already, a move that some players would disagree with for personal reasons.

"I definitely want to finish off games, he said. "I'm glad we got the win though that's what is more important to me. Stats don't really matter to me right now as long as we keep getting the wins."

This week Williams and his teammates move on in their quest for a district title and their first playoff appearance with a match-up with Klein Collins who has developed a bit of a rivalry with Dekaney.

"Oh yea, next week is going to big for us," he said Friday night. "We are coming, we are not going to let up on anybody. We are going to have another great week of practice and we are going to be ready for next week. We are going to be going 100 percent every play of every game."

As one of the Aggie's top recruits in the class Williams made the trip to College Station to join other recruits in watching Texas A&M take on visiting Oklahoma State. Despite the close loss Williams says he is not concerned.

"I'm not worried, the Aggies will pull it back together," he said. "All in all it was still a good day despite the loss. The A&M crowd always gets me and everyone pumped and excited and they did that Saturday, cheering throughout the entire game, and standing up for the team the entire game until the very end."

You can also check out some photos of Williams in action Friday night by clicking here

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