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Williams Has One In Hand, More To Come?
For the offense to have any level of success, there must be a solid group of big men in the trenches making things happen. In the recent 42-13 win over Missouri City Marshall for Houston (TX) Klein Forest team, it was the crew up front who garner most of the credit. Sure, the Golden Eagles put up 566 yards of total offense, but every skilled player gave props to the line for the night's success. And for Klein Forest, it is big man Kendrick Williams who leads the way. "We are just trying to move the ball down the field. We needed everyone to get their blocks," Williams said. "Basically that's it." And judging from the results, all (or at least majority) the blocks were accounted for. Of the 566 total yards, 406 were on the ground. Leading the way was quarterback Lewis Williams who had 274 yards followed by Randy Carter with another 90 yards. The two of them accounted for five touchdowns. When it comes to lineman, there are not many statistics recorded. For their satisfaction, the backfield needs to be successful. "I felt good tonight. It's good when your backs gain a lot of yards," Williams said. "It makes you (as a lineman) feel like you are doing your job right." Doing the job right is what the 6-foot5, 330-pound Williams aims to do. And apparently he has been his work as nationally ranked Division I colleges are looking to get him on the roster for the 2011 season. "I have an Oregon State offer, but I am also hearing from Memphis and Kansas," Williams said. "With Oregon State, they are on my list and I plan on making a visit up there soon." Williams and the Klein Forest team are 1-1 on the year and will look to add another to the win column as they face La Porte this upcoming Friday night.
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