LaVorick Williams' return to NMSU is a big deal for the Aggie football program.
First off, lets go over some background. Williams, a Hal Mumme recruit, left school after Hal was fired. Williams has size, speed and the ability to catch the football. He has talent. He was one player in an Aggie uniform that I was excited to see down the road. It seemed like he was gone.
Obviously, the new NMSU coaching staff didn't hold a grudge and will welcome LaVorick back for this season. The receiver position is thin this year and you have to think that, even as a sophomore, if Williams continues to progress he will get an opportunity to perform.
Marcus Anderson will be a starter. After that, it's wide open. The Aggies have two newcomers making their way in for fall camp — Marcus Allen and Williams Bullock. They're big targets and I think they'll get every opportunity to contribute. Still, who knows what we're getting here.
One thing about receivers: They need a QB to get them the ball. Still, that doesn't take away from the re-addition of LaVorick Williams.