March 6, 2009

Willis ATH has offers, visits A&M

The football program at Willis (Texas)High School has endured some hard times recently, putting together back to back 0-10 seasons in 2006 and 2007 after posting losing records in 2004 and 2005. However, head coach Audie Jackson appears to have the WildKats traveling in the right direction, taking the reins after a successful stint as an assistant at Dallas Hillcrest. Under Jackson's guidance, Willis finished 5-4 in 2008 and the future looks bright due to a number of underclassmen led by Damion Bishop, the nephew of former Kansas State quarterback Michael Bishop.

However, the upperclassmen aren't bad either and they played a major role in the Houston-area program's reemergence last year. The most successful and highly-sought of the group is Brent Walters, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound speedster who does everything on both sides of the ball for the WildKats. His versatility and 4.43 time in the forty have caught the attention of recruiters from as far away as Michigan, Iowa and Oklahoma, all of whom have been writing Walters.

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