Panama City Beach, FL--To the latest on Arnold two way player Eddie Williams. The Alabama commit now intends to try and play through the mild shoulder seperation he suffered last Thursday at Choctaw.
Williams hurt on this play, saw an orthopedic doctor who says Eddie can't injure the shoulder more by playing, so if he can manage the pain, he can play. The senior qb-receiver-safety rejected the idea of taking a cortisone injection.
Arnold head coach James Hale telling me this afternoon Eddie tried to throw some in practice, and the badly bruised shoulder is affecting his range, but Hale says Williams will still play some quarterback tomorrow night when the Marlins host Pace. That a 7 o'clock kickoff.