Peyton Williams Enjoyed Plenty of Big Play Moments For Ringgold
Ringgold, GA-(WDEF-TV) Ringgold’s Peyton Williams was one of the biggest play-makers in Northwest Georgia high school football this season.
Brian Armstrong tracks down the Tigers elusive running back.
“He’s an outstanding player and when he breaks he could take it to the house at any point in time the ball game,” said Coach Akins.
Ringgold’s football season has come to an end, but running back Peyton Williams’ best friends is one of the big fella up front who helps show Williams the way to run.
“Me and Payton are best friends. We’re friends on and off the field every single day so we have a lot of chemistry. We can talk to each other and add each other and at the end of the day it’s just football,” said Carlock.
“I think it’s good to have that chemistry and I think it shows the chemistry on and off the field and it makes the game more fun,” said Williams.
“Every time he scores I throw up in the air and if he messes up I’m always getting him and try to make them show his full potential,” said Carlock.
It’s works out well as Williams has rushed for over 1000 yards this season.
“They are extremely protective of him which they should be as offensive lineman. It gives great effort they give great effort and that’s all we ask the kids to do is just give us great effort,” said Akins.
“You just gotta work and keep on going game to game. I guess it just kinda happened. I wasn’t really focused on doing it I was just focus on winning but when it happened it felt really good it felt like a really big accomplishment,” said Williams.
Williams was a joint Receiver and running back previously but focused on on just being a running back this season which helped Ringgold host a playoff game.
“I took a bigger role at running back because I felt like last year was more a receiver and running back. I was playing both I feel like I took out a big role and I felt good. It felt good,” said Williams.