Buffalo Bills legend Kyle Williams on being Defensive Coordinator at Ruston: ‘ … No matter what level you’re at, the fundamentals don’t change. There needs to be a passion for the game …’

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Recently, Buffalo Bills legend, Kyle Williams accepted an offer to become Defensive Coordinator for Ruston.

Over 20 years ago, Williams starred for the Bearcats. He was a letterman in football, baseball, and track.

In 2001, he was named District 1-5A Most Valuable Player.

After 12 years in the NFL, he retired in 2019. Now, Williams is impacting the lives of young athletes.

“It’s been great, ” says Williams. “Have an opportunity to come home, where we decided to make home. Build a house. No matter what level you’re at, the fundamentals don’t change. Needs to be a passion for the game, and the fundamentals carry. So, to be back home in a place that means so much to me. And, a program that built so much into my life, I’m excited to be here.”

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