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El Paso, TX (KDBC) — The Chapin Huskies enjoyed three seasons with one quarterback and won three District and Bi-district titles, but Seth Gonzalez is gone and now it is Leondre Williams' turn.
"He's taken to it, he worked all summer, he worked with receivers, he did great at 7-on-7 and now it's his time," said Head Coach Rene Hernandez.
Hernandez said Williams came to the program as a quarterback and led the freshman team but moved him to receiver in his sophomore season to utilize his athleticism. Now the offense is in his hands in his senior season.
"It's a little bit of pressure but it just comes with the game. I'm ready for it. I'm ready for any of the challenges, we will just see what happens," said Williams.
Leondre will have plenty of weapons at his disposal starting with Senior receiver Brannon Bullitt who returns from a season ending injury his junior year and expects to be one of the top players in the Borderland. Bullitt is confident having a dual-threat quarterback under center is a positive for Chapin.
"It's going to get us wins, that's for sure," said Bullitt. "Our offense has a lot of chemistry, we've been hanging out a lot, coming out here by ourselves. We have a lot of chemistry, we are going to do good."
The Huskies open their season Thursday with their home opener against Eastwood, 6:30p at Irvin Memorial Stadium.
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