Lache Seastrunk 2.0? That’s what Washington probably saw when it signed Texas A&M’s Trey Williams to the roster as a UDFA.
“I wanted him to realize how talented he was, but I wanted him to realize that talent that he has, it doesn’t mean anything if the mental aspect of the game doesn’t come with it,” says Malena, who mentored Williams in college and remains a close friend. “I’m not saying that everyone has the talent that he has, but everyone has talent. In a certain sense, you can get left behind easily or go away faster if you don’t understand the mental aspect of the game.”
– Ben Malena, former Texas A&M RB about former teammate Trey Williams as told to Ben Glicksman at SI.com
The RSP Film Room has a new series: The RSP Boiler Room. These will be short videos 5-15 minutes in length that profile a small number of plays on a prospect. The one on Trey Williams above is an analysis of one play.
I will continue to host the longer format of the RSP Film Room while also making these shorter videos on a routine basis. I have a few hearing impaired subscribers and I will try my best to offer a script or eventually figure out a way to get close caption to upload on YouTube as I get more adept at the process.
Let me know what you think.
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