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Tyleeq Williams from Bardstown is among the best RB's in Kentucky's '24 graduating class; Photo Credit: Josh Claywell, Sports Editor, "Kentucky Standard"

’24 RB for 3A power had tremendous JR season

What can one say about Tyleeq Williams? He gained darn close to 2,000 yards this past season in 210-carries with 25-rushing TD’s. Wait until you hear what he did in the passing game. He has to be a top target for any college program serious about recruiting the Bluegrass.

Fletcher W. Long, KPGFootball‘s Chief of Scouting
Williams Photo: Josh Claywell

Bardstown is among the more successful programs at its level of play in Kentucky, particularly over the last five or so years. The Tigers had another great run in ’22, finishing 14-1 and a finalist for the crown, losing to CAL on Kroger Field.

Still, it was quite a run, quite a season, with some spectacular individual performances. You may remember our featuring ’25 defensive pass rush specialist, Amonti Marshall, not too long ago.

Well, Marshall ended his incredible sophomore campaign with 59-tackles, 12-TFL’s, 8-QB sacks, 3-FF’s, and 4-FR’s. Those are staggeringly fine numbers from a production standpoint.

Marshall isn’t the only “Tiger” who will be returning to the jungle in ’23. Bardstown will be returning its leading rusher, Tyleeq Williams, for one more tour.

Williams was “special” in ’22. The junior RB gained 1,882-yards on 210-carries with 25-rushing TD’s to his credit. That come out to right under 9-yards a carry (8.96190476) and a TD every 8 or so carries (8.4).

Williams was more than just a ball carrier too, not that being a ball carrier to the extent he did it isn’t enough. Swinging out of the backfield or otherwise deployed in the down field passing game, Williams corralled 32-aerials for 475-yards receiving and 6-TD’s receiving.

TyTy is dynamite, Josh Claywell
with the Photo

All told, Williams accounted for 210-points on the season. That comes out to 15 points a game scored by this individual performer.

Now there aren’t too many colleges presently recruiting the player nicknamed “TyTy.” That may be owing to his diminutive size (145-pounder).

While you can measure his height, and you can quantify his weight, one better take a look at this prospect’s heart. He’s a fine football player who has a non-stop motor, and that doesn’t always reflect in inches and pounds.

This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for KPGFootball, and we’re JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!

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Have coached at the high school and middle school level. Have worked in athletic administration. Conceal my identity to enable my candor on articles published by this magazine. Only members of the editorial board are aware of my true identity.

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