Trent Williams likes to drive fast, really, really fast

Redskins rookie busted by cops Brad Biggs

Print This August 18, 2010, 10:53 PM EST

Well, at least Trent Williams didn’t hit triple digits.

Not when Fairfax County (Va.) officers spotted him blazing down the Dulles Toll Road in June.

According to the Washington Post, the No. 4 pick in the April draft is due in Fairfax County court next week for a reckless driving ticket. Williams was busted June 6 at 1:10 a.m. cruising at 90 mph on the toll road. It’s a 55 mph zone, and anyone who has driven on it often knows it is a place that law enforcement regularly prowls looking for speeders. That’s where Williams being a rookie didn’t help.

Williams was doing his best Sammy Hagar impersonation in a 2010 Porsche. If convicted of reckless driving, which can come when a driver is 20 mph over the speed limit, Williams could have his license suspended for up to six months.

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