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It is a long way from the beginning for Tre Williams. The 6-2, 225 pound linebacker from the deep south had to first push himself to love the game he now plays so well, then he had to push himself to become the best he can be. The nation's number one middle linebacker according to Scout.com had 113 tackles, 4 sacks and an interception as a junior and can thank his mother for getting him to this point. "My mom put me in little football when I was four," Williams said by phone late Thursday night. "I didn't want to play because of the contact and the speed, but my mom really wanted me to play sports because she thought I would be good. In the next couple of years I came to love it." His perspective changed drastically as does the perspective of anyone between the ages of four and six years old and now you just can't take the game out of Williams. "I just love football so much now," he said. "Ever since then I have been working. I got to middle school and they started pushing me. The...
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