KANSAS CITY — William Chrisman 2018 Lovelle Williamson checks in at 6’6, 340-pounds and is an imposing figure on the defensive and offensive line.
A year ago, Williams Chrisman Bears went 8-2 and add Williamson, to a defense that returns a host of key performers, including BCS recruit Daniel Carson.
Williamson says he considers himself a good athlete and brings a winning attitude to the team.
A year ago, he had three sacks and 13 tackles for Ruskin in a contest against North Kansas City and deflected the ball to win the game, 19-14.
“It was so amazing — a great feeling,” he said. “I am working on more sacks and footwork plus my speed kills.”
A fan of the Kansas City Chiefs, Williamson began playing football at age 9 in the South Suburban League.
Williamson says his grandfather and uncle have had the biggest influence on his football career to date. He began playing at age 9 because he was a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and competed in the South Suburban League, one of the top youth leagues in Kansas City.
Williamson says he currently does not hold any offers but hopes that will change this season.
“My dream school is Mizzou and I would love to play for the chiefs or the raiders I love their play style and the way they want to win shows the dedication,” Williamson said.
He says he is looking forward to playing Ruskin, where he previously attended before transferring to Williams Chrisman.