Gridiron Football Top 300: Kamran Williams

Kamran Williams is a 5’10 175 pound running back for the Jefferson Bulldogs. A very elusive back with the home run ability at any given run. In both varsity seasons so far, he has averaged an eye-popping 100 yards per game. The Class of 2025 prospect is coming off a first team all-district season for the Bulldogs. He is looking for another breakout season to help lead his team to back to back district titles. He currently holds offers from Michigan, Louisiana Tech, Texas Tech, and others.

Here is my interview with the running back.

When did you start playing football?

I started playing in kindergarten.

What are some hobbies you like to do outside of school?

I play video games and binge watch television shows.

Have you played other sports outside of football?

I run track at Jefferson.

What was it like playing for the Bulldogs this past year?

It was great.. We showed everyone we can still be that dominate team. It makes me want to keep doing it.

Is there a NCAA/NFL player that you would compare yourself to?

I love watching Reggie Bush in his USC days.. He was different.

What skills do you have that sets yourself from the others?

My speed.. I feel like I have a great balance of speed and strength.

Do you have a favorite football moment in your young career?

I scored ten touchdowns against Waskom.

Who pushes you to be better through your football journey?

My father and brothers.

What has Coach Jimmerson done to improve your football career?

He is a great supporter and believer in me.. Makes sure I am always protected.

What are your goals while at Jefferson?

I want to bring a state championship to this town. It has been a long time. Coach Jimmerson was on that team, so I want him to bring a championship both as player and as the coach.

How do you succeed as a teammate?

I’m a lead by example guy. I will be a vocal leader when I have to be.

What are future colleges getting out of you?

A player that is going to give it’s all. I’m going to be the best player he can be. I don’t want to leave football without any doubts.

How can you improve your game over the next few years?

I need to become a more receiving back.