Dallas Carter four-star defensive tackle Vincent Williams was one of many blue-chip recruits on hand Saturday to watch the Texas A&M Aggies battle No. 2 Oklahoma in the biggest game of the day in the Big 12. Even though the Aggies lost, they did impress many on hand, including Williams, an A&M commit.
“A&M was hungry,” Williams, who is 6-foot-5 and 275 pounds, said.
“They were hustling and getting after it. I spent most of the time watching the defensive tackles, but I also really liked watching the game. It was a great game. Those were two good teams.”
Williams, the nation’s No. 16 defensive tackle, said he continues to get recruiting calls despite his pledge to A&M.
“I get calls from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Oregon, Florida and a few others,” he said. “I really don’t tell them anything when they call. They do most of the talking. I’m sticking with the Aggies, though. I’ll probably only take that one official visit.”
Williams and his teammates will face Dallas Lake Highlands in the first round of the Texas state playoffs this upcoming Friday night.
“I don’t know much about them yet,” Williams said. “We’re playing good ball now. We beat Skyline 33-14 on Friday. I made a couple of big plays. I had two sacks. I killed the quarterback on one of those.”