Tre Williams

Defensive Tackle
6′3″ / 295 lbs
Washington, DC
St. John's
Class of 2020
Rating: n/a

National Avg
Rating: 93.7

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Texas A&M
Florida Atlantic
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Sophomore Year (6 games)


1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Coaches continue to hit the road
The Aggies are up in the Northeast today, and defensive line coach Elijah Robinson tweeted he is on the trail in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey. I have heard from a few sources in the northeast that the Aggies are likely to see a few top prospects. Connecticut is home to 2020 DT offer Tre Williams. He visited A&M last summer and he is trying to return this summer. Coach Price was already on him before coach Fisher and staff arrived, and Williams also visited Baylor and was offered by Elijah Robinson around the same time as A&M last summer. In New York, defensive end Adisa Isaac continues to keep an eye on the Aggies. He took an official visit last month and the Aggies have already visited him once this spring. It is also home to defensive tackle Jared Harrison-Hunte. He is another the Aggies have offered and have been working on since the spring.Blairtown (NJ) Blair Academy DE David Ojabo is the most recent offer of these guys and it sounds like he will see the Aggies this week too. Coaches will also be active in the DFW area. Aledo's Jeffery Carter will see coach Linguist this week. We mentioned things were picking up with Mesquite Poteet 2020 RB Seth McGowan after talking to him at the Opening regional in Dallas. He has yet to receive an offer but he has been in contact with the coaches and I was told by a source in Mesquite that the Aggies will be by to see him this week.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Connecticut 2020 DT Tre Williams brings family to A&M, likes what he sees, returning?
I caught up with Oakdale (CT) St. Thomas More 2020 DT Tre Williams this morning. He made the trip to College Station with his cousins and uncle, and he also plans to visit Baylor, Houston, and maybe TCU before he heads back to the northeast. He said his mother was not able to make the trip, but he is excited to get her to College Station to meet the coaches. I also told him to make sure and get some BBQ before he goes back. Here's our quick Q&A.1. What drew you down from Connecticut to Texas A&M for camp? Well, one day I inboxed coach Price on Twitter, and a couple days later he sent a camp date to my trainer. As soon as I received it, I told my mom I really want to go because this is the only SEC school recruiting me, so I wanted to show them that I am the real deal.2. Was this your first time in College Station, if so what was your first impression?This was my first time in College Station, but second time in Texas. My first impression of it was that everything is bigger and nicer than a lot of schools I've been to so far I liked it a lot.3. What was it like working with Coach Turner and Coach Price? Did anything about them jump out to you?It was great working with coach Price and coach Turner because they are two DL coaches that push the best out of you, and demand everything be done close to perfection which is how coaches should be.4. Did anything really standout about what program? If so, what?One thing that stood out was the wall where it had all the players that went to the league from a&m, and there was a ton especially the obvious ones like Von Miller and Myles Garrett5. What do you think are your biggest strengths on the field?I think my biggest strength is my athleticism and my quickness for my size along with my IQ. I try to be a student of the game.6. What was your height and weight yesterday?Yesterday I weighted in at 280 lbs and I was 6'27. What other plans do you have while your in Texas?Well I'm visiting a couple other schools, but for the most part just enjoying time with family.8. Any leaders early in the recruiting process?As of right now there are no leaders in the recruiting process. Everyone is still in the game.9. Do you have any family who went on to play college or pro ball or anyone who went to college for athletics?My cousin Nigel (Williams) played DT at Virginia Tech, and now he is own the Buffalo Bills.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M Mini-Camp Notebook
Bobby Brown and the Arlington Lamar CrewD-lineman Bobby Brown and several of his teammates made their way to Texas A&M on Saturday. It was the second time Bobby made the trip to College Station this summer. They arrived Friday night, spent the day at Texas A&M and camped. Then after the camp they all stopped by TexAgs and Bobby even showed off his Terry Price impersonation. Brown's teammates was 2019 CB Deshawn Gaddie who we thought might have a strong showing at camp. He has had a big spring and summer and at the camp he was noted as the top DB by one source checking out the action.The group included WR Dayton Dubs, WR Matthew Shaw, WR Ja'Noah Balog, QB Kaden Hadawi, LB Javonte Kemp, WR Jaylen Jones, CB Califah Garr, and CB Jordan Polk The trip was one of three for the weekend. They camped at Texas on Friday, and closed the trip with a stop by Baylor on Saturday night. The group plans to attend Oklahoma's BBQ on July 29.Surprise VisitorRichland LB DaShaun White decided to stop by College Station on Saturday. It was his third trip to College Station this summer and the first in July. He visited UCLA last weekend and was at Texas on Friday. He plans to close the month with a trip to Oklahoma on July 29. His plan is still to commit by the end of the month.White's visit to Texas stirred plenty of conversation, but Texas did not offer and is not under consideration. The Aggies along with Oklahoma State are thought to lead the pack right now.Aggies in the running for Kameron BrownColleyville Heritage 2019 WR and UCLA commit Kameron Brown has made no secret about his love for Texas A&M. After camp he said the Aggies were his No. 2 school and one of the few schools he was still communicating with. He is a fan of the way the Texas A&M staff coaches and says he loves the vibe at A&M.Brown is currently ranked the No. 7 prospect in the TexAgs 2019 Texas Top 50, and is the second ranked receiver. He has taken several trips to Texas A&M over the last year and the Aggies continue to recruit him. 2020 offer goes outAfter the camp Oakdale (CT) St. Thomas More 2020 DT Tre Williams tweeted that he had received an offer from the Aggies. The 6-3, 275-pound defender also reports offers from Buffalo, Pitt, Syracuse, Rutgers, Connecticut, and Florida Atlantic. couple of LB prospectsGoing into the camp we talked a lot about Frisco Lone Star LB Nicholas Bolton and reports are he turned some heads after measuring in at 6-foot and 240-pounds. Bolton said it was his best camp performance of the summer and he enjoyed his time with coach Chavis and talking with area recruiter Jeff Banks.Bolton plans to announce his commitment on Monday and it looks like the Washington Huskies lead the way right now. I've heard an offer from the Aggies is something that would make him take another look at his options.Another guys who has emerged is Del Valle LB Cameron Wilkins. He measured in at 6-foot-1, 230. He just committed to Missouri this week but he has been closely watching the Aggies.

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