Although the official record lists the Predators as 0-10 last season, the games they played showed they were one of the most improved teams in the area. Williams posted some astounding numbers, rushing for 1,850 yards and 23 touchdowns while passing for 519 yards and five more scores, and was the key player in Fox Creek "winning" more games last season than in its previous history combined.
Perhaps no team in the area is returning more of an impact player than Fox Creek is with Williams set to quarterback the Predators for his senior season. Currently weighing offers from Clemson, Georgia Tech and Florida, Williams is a dynamic playmaker. The 6-foot-1, 189-pound signal caller is a dynamic runner, who can terrorize opposing defenses with his methodical approach. He can run the ball one time after another for little or no gain, and then break off a huge run for a momentum-shifting score. For all of his tremendous skills running with the ball, Williams continues to develop as a passer.
Fox Creek head coach Russ Schneider said Williams worked during the summer throwing the ball and hasn't only improved with the physical act of passing, but perhaps more importantly, he's gotten better at reading defenses. He'll be better equipped at knowing when to pass, where to pass and getting it there.
As a junior, he rushed for 1,900 yards and 22 touchdowns, and passed for 600 yards and 5 touchdowns. As a sophomore, he had 49 tackles and more than 1000 yards on offense. Attended Clemson's junior day in March. Attended the 2011 Orange and White Game in Death Valley. 2010 Aiken Standard Offensive Player of the Year. #28 rated player and 4 star recruit based on the 2012 AthleteVault NC/SC Rankings.