Okeechobee High school has high hopes for the 2007 season. The season is off to a decent start.
"We're doing pretty good so far," said Williams. "We just had the Lakeland game a couple of weeks ago. We gave them a run for their money, but we lost. We just beat Avon Park 48-0. We're 1-1 now. We get Sebring this week."
The Braham Bulls are counting on Williams to lead them to new heights.
"I am having a terrific year," exclaimed Timmy. "I am enjoying every game I am playing in. I am averaging two touchdowns a game and about 10 tackles per game."
College coaches could begin calling prospects at the beginning of the month, but Williams has not spoken with any coaches.
"My phone is not on right now, so I wouldn't know if anyone has called," said Williams. "I am getting it back on later this month. No has called my house, that I know of."
Marshall has been at or near the top of Williams' pecking order, but the Herd appears to have some company.
"Right now North Carolina is right there along with Marshall," said Timmy. "Those two are my top two schools. I am going to have take my visits to see which school I want to go to. I now I am going to take visits to those two, but I don't have them set up."
While the 'Heels and Herd are co-leaders, they will not be the only schools that get to roll out the red carpet for the talented linebacker.
"I am going to visit Mississippi State too," said Timmy. "I need to go out there to see what's up. I want to see the campus and get to know the coaches a little better."