At 5-11, 185 pounds and a personal-best 40-yard dash time of 4.52 seconds, Williams is physical enough to play safety and has the speed to play cornerback on the next level, but also plays offense for the Rams.
"It's fun to play all over the field," Williams tells Inside The Auburn Tigers. "I get tired though. I'm just working hard. I think defensive back is my best spot right now. I like the physical side of the game."
A starter since his freshman season at Valley, Williams says that his strengths as a player are his tackling skills and his speed on the field.
A two-sport standout for the Rams, Williams plays power forward for the basketball team because of his strength and ability to get off the floor and rebound. He notes that he also hopes to play baseball this spring if it doesn't interfere with his football.
With a bench press of 295 pounds, a power clean of 265 and a squat of 385, Williams has the strength to go along with his athleticism. As he matures on the field and continues to develop as a player it won't be a surprise to see the colleges begin to head to Valley in the coming months.