At 6-7, 272 pounds, he is the second largest signee in Auburn's 2003 class behind offensive line prospect King Dunlap.
Considered an early commitment to Miami, the defensive lineman took a visit to Auburn in January and liked what he saw. With speed in the 4.9 range, good feet and lots of natural athletic ability, he is a signee who could end up on the offensive side of the ball in 2003 to help fill a void at tight end where the Tigers return just one player.
A relative newcomer to the game of football, he has played the sport just two seasons. He is also a standout in basketball (a four-year starter who averages 15 points per game) and track and field as a shot putter and discus thrower.
Named the most valuable defensive lineman at a summer football camp at the University of Miami last year, Williams says football is the sport of his future as a collegian.