COLUMBIA — Size and athleticism. Rock Bridge offensive line coach Jon Lowe says that’s what makes senior Garrick Williams a great player. And it seems Lowe wasn’t joking. During team drills at Monday’s practice, none of Rock Bridge’s rotating defensive ends could get past Williams’ 6-foot-3, 300-pound frame. And on consecutive plays, toss sweeps to the left, Williams proved his athletic ability by quickly getting out of his stance and moving downfield, eventually finding and pancaking senior starting middle linebacker Bryan Garnatz.
Tackle big asset for Bruins
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