Humphreys handles Daegu to move back to .500
CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – While Humphreys won its homecoming game big Friday, the Blackhawks also got a glance at the future.
Freshman Tevijon Williams caught two touchdown passes and sophomore backup quarterback Deontaye Gregory rushed for a touchdown and had 90 yards total offense on seven plays as the Blackhawks routed Daegu 44-14 on Friday to level their record at 3-3.
Williams, coach Steven Elliott said, is a receiver “with a bright future. We’re very excited to have him. He has height, speed, agility, he’s coachable and he’s always got a positive attitude. He’s something special. He’s pretty much everything you want and he’s only going to get better.”
Williams had 72 yards on two catches, both touchdowns. Gregory was 4-for-5 for 56 yards and rushed twice for 24 yards and a score.
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