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Willie Williams High School Highlight Video

NO COPYRIGHT Intended This video was solely produced for entertainment purposes. Willie Williams Bio: Carol City...Widely regarded as the nation's top linebacker prospect...Was deemed unblockable by many observers during his senior season, as he played against Florida's top teams...Named to the 2003 EA Sports High School All-America team...A U.S. Army All-American...A SuperPrep All-American...Rated the No. 2 prospect in the nation by SuperPrep...Rated the No. 1 prospect in Florida by SuperPrep...Rated the No. 1 linebacker in the nation by SuperPrep...SuperPrep Dixie Defensive Player of the Year...Rated the nation's No. 10 prospect overall and the nation's No. 1 linebacker prospect by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report...Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100...Rated the nation's No. 6 prospect by the Miami Herald...The No. 1 prospect on the Miami Herald's Miami-Dade Top 25...The No. 1 prospect in Florida on the Miami Herald's Florida Top 25...Selected first-team All-South by Fox Sports Net's Countdown To Signing Day show...The nation's No. 6 prospect on the Rivals.com National Top 100...The nation's No. 1 outside linebacker prospect by Rivals.com...The No. 4 prospect on the Rivals.com Southeast Elite 88 list...The No. 2 prospect in Florida on the Rivals.com Top 50 in Florida...As a senior in 2003, was named the Most Valuable Player of the Class 6A Florida state championship game, when he made 11 tackles, including four tackles for losses, had two sacks and forced two fumbles in Carol City's 13-0 victory over Orlando Edgewater...Had 18 sacks his senior season...Transferred to Carol City for his senior year...Attended Monsignor Pace High School prior to attending Carol City and played three seasons for Pace...As a junior in 2002, was voted the Class 3A-1A Player of the Year in Dade County, was named first-team All-Dade and first-team All-State when he made 218 tackles, 15 tackles for losses, broke up 10 passes, had eight sacks and intercepted four passes...As a sophomore, earned second-team All-Dade honors when he was credited with more than 120 tackles, including eight tackles for losses and three sacks...Chose Miami over Florida State, Florida and Auburn...Coached by Joe Zaccheo at Pace and by Walt Frazier at Carol City.
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