SES Mr. Elite Candidate Spotlight: Isaiah Woullard
Presbyterian Christian School
Isaiah Woullard has been a driving force behind lots of history made for the PCS Bobcat football program the past two seasons. In 2015 he helped the Cats defeat Jackson Academy for the first time in school history and they did it twice. This season he ran PCS through MRA and Jackson Prep for the first time Bobcats had beaten either school.
What Makes Him ELITE?
Though he is not the biggest or the fastest runner, Woullard may be one of the most savvy running backs you will find. He knows how to run behind his pad and he is very patient behind his blocking. His ability to dice up defenses in a number of ways is astounding, as is his knack for being able to take at least one carry to house from deep each game.
Woullard even took his “it” factor to the defensive side of the in situations this season, playing linebacker. That was just a microcosm of the player that he is. Whatever the team needs him to do to help win ball games, he puts himself to the side and does it for the team. In the end, it helped him become the all-time leading rusher in a state that has churned out more than plenty talented running backs.
12 Games 311carries 2,761 yards 8.9 yards per rush 36 TDs
230.1 rush yards per game 12 100+ games
SES Mr. Elite Candidates:
Cam Akers | Clinton High School
Myles Brennan | St. Stanislaus
Willie Gay jr. | Starkville High School
Kalem Reddix | St. Martin
Isaiah Woullard | Presbyterian Christian School
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