Alabama sent an offer to class of 2024 four-star running back Aneyas Williams out of Hannibal, Mo.

Currently, 247 Sports ranks Williams at No. 219 nationally, No. 37 in athletes, and No. 6 in Mo., in the class of 2024 prospects.

The dual-threat offensive weapon is already making a name for himself in the Midwest.

KHQA, a television news station that covers three states, including northeastern Mo., named Williams its 2021 KHQA Football Player of the Year.

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According to the station's website, the sophomore is the youngest player to win the award after having a stellar season. Receiving-wise, he grabbed 63 catches for 1,297 yards and 24 touchdowns. On the ground, he saw 105 attempts for 1,001 yards and 20 touchdowns.

Williams also made the Class 4 2021 Missouri All-State team, as well as the 2020 second-team.

The Hannibal High School football team went 13-1 last season, losing its only game in the Class 4 state championship to Smithville 31-0.

Alabama is one of ten schools to send Williams an offer thus far, joining Iowa, Oregon, and Missouri.

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