Josh Dhani from Footbasket.com recently sat down the Packers cornerback Tramon Williams to discuss Williams' growth in football and life.
The article highlights Williams' days playing high school ball in Napoleonville, Louisiana through his fight to play ball in college and professionally along with Williams' desire to prioritize God, family and football.
Williams describes himself
“Truthfully, it’s funny, because I really don’t care if I be remembered for the NFL or not. If a guy speaks of my name, I want them to say, ‘He’s a great guy, he’s a family man. I can depend on this guy.’ That’s the things I wanna hear out of people,” he says. “NFL, obviously I want to be the best that I can while I’m here. The NFL is my priority right now, but for that, I’d rather someone say, ‘He’s a great guy. He’s a someone I can depend on guy. He’s a family man.’ And that’s what I prioritize.”
After football, Williams plans to become a high school coach.
He wants to give the kids the resources and tools that he never had. He wants to give others a better route to achieve the success he had.
Whether it’s a doctor, football player or any other occupation, Williams wants to lead other kids to achieve that level of success.
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