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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | July 16, 2018

5 questions with Texas A&M running back Trayveon Williams

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Texas A&M running back Trayveon Williams was one of three student-athletes representing the Aggies at Monday's opening day of SEC football media days in Atlanta, alongside new head coach Jimbo Fisher.

Williams comes off a 798-yard, eight-touchdown sophomore season and is an all-SEC team candidate this year. In 2016, he was the first Aggies true freshman to break the 1,000-yard rushing barrier.

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While most of the questions fielded Monday revolved around Texas A&M's new offensive system and preseason expectations, Williams also found time to discuss off-the-field subjects like his Netflix queue and ideal karaoke song.

Get to know Texas A&M's top rusher here:

What would be your go-to song in karaoke?

TW: "I'm going to go country. I'd probably say Tennessee Whiskey (by Chris Stapleton)."

What Netflix shows are you watching right now?

TW: "I'm actually watching '13 Reasons Why.' That's a great show. And I'm watching 'Last Chance U.' That's probably about it."

If you could switch lives with one TV/movie character, who would you choose?

TW: "That's a good question. I'm going to go with The Rock. I feel like he lives a pretty interesting life."

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What's your favorite gameday tradition at Texas A&M?

TW: "Coming out of the tunnel. Coming out of the tunnel and just listening to our fans. We have the best fan base in the world, best fan base on this planet, man."

What's your must-have food item at a tailgate?

TW: "Give me a turkey leg. I'm one of those type of guys who, whenever I go to a carnival, I like to go with a turkey leg."

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