Rosemount High School made it to the state title game this year behind a powerful offense that averaged 36 points a game.
Responsible for many of those points was junior Dimitri Williams, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound running back who rushed for 750 yards, had 557 yards receiving and scored 23 total touchdowns, good enough to earn him conference Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Able to project to running back, receiver or defensive back in college, there are a few schools interested already.
"I've heard from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan State and an Iowa letter came in a few days ago," he said.
Williams reports a 4.6 forty yard dash, 230-pound bench pres and a 265-pound squat. His elusiveness and versatility should help him continue to draw interest from new schools.
A native of Louisiana, he is likely to hear from Southern schools in the future as well.