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We hesitate to put up this old picture of Kameron Williams. From what we have heard, the 2019 Williams won’t resemble 2018’s version.
When Williams was on last year’s playoff roster, he was listed at 5-9 and 300-pounds. He was playing mainly on the offensive side of the football, along the interior, when a sophomore. The 2021 fire-hydrant has drastically slimmed-down for his new assignment under the Les Greer regime.
Kameron is now a 5-9, 255-pounder and is ready to assume the roll of an inside-technique “hard-charger” along the defensive front for the Knights. We will see how this all works out in a few weeks when the Knights travel to Hopkinsville, Kentucky to play the mighty-Tigers in the Jerry Claiborne Bowl.
The Knights will need every thing Williams can muster along the front to contain an explosive Hopkinsville offensive attack spear-headed by an FBS, power-5, WR named Reece Jesse, Jr. Jesse has a QB, in Jay Bland, who can find him and get him the football if given time. It will be Williams’ job to insure there isn’t any time to give.
Regardless, Williams has tirelessly worked hard this offseason to re-shape himself into a defensive lineman. That is worthy of this distinction in and of itself.
Congratulations to Kenwood’s Kameron Williams, Class of 2021, for being chosen our Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys, Montgomery County Area Player of the Week! Join us next week as we award this to another worthy recipient.
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