The Little Caesars Player of the Week – Brandon Williams

10 months ago Andrew Luberda 0

County Line Preps is pleased to have a sponsorship agreement with specific Little Caesars locations in Queen Creek and Coolidge.

Little Caesars, home of the Hot-‘N-Ready pizza, will sponsor the Player of the Week and Player of the Month awards as part of our agreement.

Each Wednesday evening, CountyLinePreps.com will announce the Player of the Week, accompanied by a Q&A with that week’s winner.

The Player of the Week will receive a gift certificate, redeemable for a two-liter bottle of soda, a pepperoni or cheese pizza, and an order of Crazy Bread, that will be honored at one of the two aforementioned Little Caesars locations.

Additionally, the Player of the Week automatically qualifies for the Player of the Month Award, which will be determined by a poll that will be posted on our @CountyLinePreps Twitter account during the final week each month.

The Player of the Month will receive a plaque and a $25 Little Caesars gift card.

Now that we’ve provided details of both awards, we are pleased to announce the inaugural Little Caesars Player of Week:

Brandon Williams

San Tan Foothills – Senior

5’8 – 165

Brandon totaled 166 yards and three touchdowns along with an interception on defense in the Sabercats’ lopsided 42 – 12 season-opening victory against San Manuel last Friday night. He rushed for 129 yard and a touchdown in addition to 37 receiving yards and two touchdown receptions.

Williams won a CAA State Championship as a member of the American Leadership Academy – Ironwood Warriors before transferring to San Tan Foothills last year, when he missed the first five games of the season due to the AIA transfer rule.

CLP:  Obviously, you put together an impressive performance last Friday night versus San Manuel. Compare how you felt after Friday’s game with how you felt after winning the CAA State Championship as a sophomore at American Leadership Academy – Ironwood.

BW:  After both games I felt really good. The only difference is that the championship was my first one ever so I take that moment more to the heart.

CLP:  You play three different positions – running back, wide receiver and defensive back.  Which is your favorite and why?

BW:  My favorite position to play is running back because when I was little my dad always told me that’s my true position so ever since then that’s all I’ve really played.

CLP:  What are your plans after graduation?

BW:  After graduation I plan to go to a college that offers me a scholarship or I will be a walk-on at a college I am interested in.

CLP:  What is your greatest athletic memory so far at San Tan Foothills?

BW:  My greatest athletic memory at San Tan would probably be when I played my first play as a varsity player my freshman year.

CLP:  What is your favorite sports movie and why?

BW:  When The Game Stands Tall because in that movie it showed me that no matter how good you think you are, you can get beat, and no matter what player goes down we have to stick together as a team.

CLP:  Who is one person you’d most like to meet and why?

BW:  I would like to meet Steve Smith, Sr. because even though he is short and not the fastest ever, he has a big heart. I can also relate to him since I’m not the tallest or the fastest, but that won’t stop me from playing my hardest and the best I can.