Quarterback Troy Williams of Narbonne High School is far and away the best player in the City Section. He also lays claim to being one of the top quarterbacks in the state of California for the Class of 2013. The current City Section Player of the Year has racked up six offers from: UCLA, Washington, Arizona State, Bowling Green, Nevada, and SMU. He feels an offer coming soon from Wisconsin as well, a school that he has kept in constant contact with. Also looking at Williams are Oregon, Arkansas, and Ole Miss.
When asked who contacts him the most, Williams said: “UCLA and Washington”. He plans to trip to both schools over the spring. When asked if he had a leader, he said that there was none at the moment. He stays in constant contact with coaches Klemm, Broussard and Mora.
The Bruins are expecting Williams to visit over the weekend for Junior Day.
As far as a plan for Troy, he will be trying out for the 1925 All-Stars, a 7-on-7 team he has played him, one that helped him earn much of his success and exposure. He won a National Championship with the squad last season, an experience that he says helped him mentally, which in turn aided him in stepping up his game throughout his junior season.
Williams will be a starter for his third season as a senior. He has the pressure of repeating as City Section Player of the Year. Williams plans on committing early in the process, and then graduate early so that he can enroll in time for spring football practice next season.
Williams plans to visit USC’s camp at the Rising Stars along with the Elite 11 and Nike Camps.