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ATLANTA — Trayveon Williams burst onto the scene in a big way as a freshman in 2016, running for 1,057 yards and 8 touchdowns while averaging 6.8 yards per carry.
Understandably, that had Texas A&M fans eager to see what he’d do for an encore as a sophomore in 2017, but after a strong performance in Week 1, the injuries hit and he could never regain his 2016 form. He still had a solid year, posting 798 yards and 8 touchdowns, but he didn’t have the same explosion, averaging only 4.6 yards per carry.
Now that he’s healthy again, Williams is hoping to show he’s still one of the best backs in the SEC in 2018. If he can stay on the field, new coach Jimbo Fisher’s offense should give him plenty of opportunities to shine.
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