Oil City WR Dallas Williams generating D-1 interest
Written by: Josh Funk on Sunday, June 20th, 2010
The list of Division-1 prospects for the 2010 Oil City Oilers simply does not start and end with Notre Dame commit Ben Koyack. Another featured target of Oil City’s passing attack is also generating Division-1 attention and interest.
Wide receiver Dallas Williams, a 6’3, 175-pound athlete, has received interest, but no scholarship offers, from seven D-1 programs – Akron, UCONN, Penn State, Pitt, Toledo, Vanderbilt and West Virginia, according to his profile on Scout.com.
Williams finished as Oil City’s team leader in receptions and receiving touchdowns last year, with 51 and nine, respectively. Williams finished with 734 receiving yards, an average of nearly 14.4 yards per reception. He averaged nearly 74 receiving yards per game last season.
Williams finished with a pair of 100-yard receiving games in 2009 – he caught 5 passes for 108 yards against Slippery Rock Area and ended his junior season with a 15-catch, 150-yard, two-touchdown performance against North East in the District 10 “AA” playoffs.
The Slippery Rock and North East games were two of seven contests in which Williams surpassed the 70-yard receiving mark last season.
Oil City finished 8-3 in 2009, averaging 28.8 points per game.
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