NAME: Treyson Potts
SCHOOL: Williamsport

Injuries might have kept Treyson Potts from breaking a ton of records, but when he was healthy, you knew you were seeing something special on the field. Potts rushed for 3,490 yards and 59 touchdowns in 31 career games. Potts started as a freshman and then put himself on the radar his sophomore season. He helped lead the Millionaires to a 12-2 record, a subregional championship and a state playoff win. Potts rushed for 2,016 yards averaging 10.8 yards per game and 34 touchdowns. He also caught 18 passes for 263 yards and 2 touchdowns. Potts missed his junior season and played in only 5 games his senior season rushing fo 580 yards. He also played cornerback his sophomore year and had 38 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, 3 sacks and 3 interceptions.

Potts was a 2016 NPF Wyoming Valley Conference Big School first-team and All-District running back. He also was a second-team running back in 2018. Potts was named an all-state running back by the Pennsylvania Football Writers and a first-team all-state running back by the Pennsylvania Football News in 2016. He was also named a first-team running back by Potts was a consensus 3 star recruit and the 13th ranked all-purpose running back in the country by 24/7 Sports. He continued his football career at Division I-FBS University of Minnesota.

Williamsport coach Charles Crews on Potts: “It is scary to imagine what could have been when you realize that Trey’s career stats were accumulated in only 31 games. His natural ability, focus, work ethic and commitment to excellence was apparent from the first time I saw him practice. He exuded a quiet confidence that you could not ignore. To Trey’s detriment, but the benefit to the other backs in school history and across the state, he lost his entire junior year and the last half of his senior year to injury, yet he still earned a full scholarship to the University of Minnesota. When he can, Trey shares his experiences with our current players, hopefully some of what he has will rub off on them. Lets not forget that he was an outstanding return man and a beast in the secondary. ”