When it comes to offensive line prospects one of the most underrated prospects from the Sunshine State is Tramell Williams. Williams, 6-1 and 260 pounds, is a center prospect from Jacksonville (Fla.) Robert E. Lee High School. Recently, he received his first scholarship offer.
"Vanderbilt was my first offer," Williams said. "It was long awaited and much anticipated. It certainly caught me by surprise. I honestly thought FSU would be the first.
"I have done my research on the school. Vandy's academics are first class and the last couple of years they have done really well."
According to Williams, teams like FSU, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Rutgers, UCLA, Illinois and others are all recruiting him.
"Florida State is a team I have always wanted to play for. Coach (Rick) Trickett and me are real cool although I haven't spoken to him in about two weeks. He's supposed to be here for my spring game.:
Williams has seen Florida State and FAU (sophomore year). This summer he's planning on going to camps at FSU, Florida, Tennessee and probably UCLA.
"I will get around this summer. I want to make four trips. I plan on getting to Vanderbilt to when I go to Tennessee."
Williams is a combo lineman that could play either guard or center. He also plays ever position on the defensive line as well as middle linebacker.
"My strengths are my speed and strength, especially my lower body. I have good anticipation for what defenders will do. Playing both ways helps. I think I am best suited for center or nose tackle."
Williams missed the first week of spring practice because of track. He placed eighth in the state championships in the shot put.
Williams is the No. 7 rated center prospect in the country