Senior Isiah Williams has signed with Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, VA to play football. Williams has been a four-year varsity player along with a year of track. He's been playing football since the age of 5 where he spent the majority of his career playing quarterback, but also played wide receiver and cornerback. It was during the beginning of his freshman year when he was playing cornerback that he knew this is the position he would be playing in college. He has been apart of two MIAA C Conference championship football teams along with multiple all-conference honors and all-county honors. During his junior year, he was named 2nd team all-state. Also during that year, he was ranked top 100 for his class in the state of Maryland.
Playing football in college has always been a dream for Williams. When the opportunity arose, he knew that Bridgewater was where he wanted to go to fulfill that dream. He has put forth so much effort and hard work to get to that next level and ultimately wanted to make his family proud. His desire is to study Health Sciences while at Bridgewater in order to become an Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist.
During his time at AACS, he has been challenged both academically and athletically. AACS has taught him the valuable skill of time management and to never give up regardless of what is put in your way. He has learned that integrity and your love for the Lord will be the key to success.
Head Coach Mike Lynn said, "Isiah has been a natural leader since freshman year. He leads by his actions and has a great work ethic that is matched by his walk with Christ. We are blessed to have Isiah as a leader in the football program. We are looking forward to watching him play in college next year."
Athletic Director Jim Domoracki said, "Isiah has been a great example of servant leadership. His selfless play and positive attitude has been a blessing to our school and athletic program. His perseverance has been rewarded with a great opportunity to continue playing at Bridgewater. I am happy for him and very proud."