"I did pretty good," said Williams, who has a big arm but isn't a big talker. "I made it to the finals, which was seven quarterbacks.
"I felt comfortable with the routes. I impressed a lot of people. My footwork was good, and I know a lot of people were impressed with my arm strength."
Williams shined during the two-minute drill.
"You got five throws and I was one of only two quarterbacks who went 5-for-5," he said.
What did the Rummel coaching staff have to say about Williams' Elite 11 success when the junior returned to school today?
"They liked it but they already knew what I can do," said Williams. "Now I'm working on showing the rest of the country."
Williams (6-1, 215) has been Rummel's starting quarterback since he was a freshman, and he helped the Raiders reach the 5A state finals that year.
Last year, Rummel - a Catholic school located in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie - advanced to the quarterfinals and they're ranked No. 7 in the state in one 2012 preseason list.
"We start spring training two weeks from today," said Williams.
Did any other QBs at the Elite 11 impress Williams?
"He had pretty good arm strength. He told me his school runs the Wing-T and doesn't throw much."
Williams said a few days ago that he is still waiting on his first offer, but that several BCS programs are closely monitoring his progress.
You can expect a large crowd of college recruiters to flock to Rummel for spring practice in order to get a closer look at Williams.