Dion Williams might be the best wide receiver in Montana Tech history. He is unquestionably the most popular, particularly among the youth.

Dion left the Orediggers with a host of school records. A month ago, he moved back to the Mining City, and he is working with the Inspire Academy.

The Inspire Academy is Montana’s first sports academy for kids. The goal is to increase the passion for productivity of the youth of the community.

Montana Tech receiver Dion Williams leads a group of young boys running “high knees” during the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Oct. 2, 2016 at Bulldog Memorial Stadium. (Butte Sports photo by Bill Foley)

Williams has some big plays for Butte.

He also has a camp coming up Oct. 29 at Copper Mountain Park. The Youth Speed & Agility Camp starts at 11 a.m., and it is for boys and girls age 7 through 17. (Note: the camp location changed after the recording of the podcast.)

The camp is for all sports. If you compete in track, football, basketball, hockey or more, the camp is for you. If you are a cheerleader or dancer, the camp is also for you.

For just $30, you can work with Dion and some of his pals. You will get better, and you will likely have a whole lot of fun.

Last night, John Lappin and Bernie Boyle again rolled out the red carpet at the Knights of Columbus Hall so I could sit down and catch up with one of my favorite players.

Click here to listen in as we catch up with the Great Dion Williams.