St. Aloysius football player Brennan Williams has been selected to play in the Midsouth Association of Independent Schools All Star football game.
Williams has been a key player for the Flashes for the last three years and has led his team to the playoffs each season on the varsity level.
He started on both sides of the ball this season at safety and running back. He the offense in rushing yards and finished the season with three interceptions on defense.
One of Williams’ best performances this season is when he rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns in a 43-28 win over Washington School. He also returned a 75-yard kickoff return in the victory, which helped the Flashes clinch a playoff spot.
Williams played most of his high school career under Michael Fields, but this year he played for the Flashes new head coach Stacy Sizemore. Not limited to just football, he is also a great track and field runner known for being one of the fastest athletes in the state of Mississippi.
Williams will play on the blue team in the MAIS All Star Game scheduled for Dec. 4 at Jackson Preparatory School at 6p.m.