Williams and senior fullback Brannan Southerland of Dacula were named the winners of the David Jacobs Award as the players who by example portray courage, spirit, character, and determination.
Senior receiver Mohamed Massaquoi of Charlotte, N.C., was named the team's permanent overall captain while Southerland was named the offensive captain, senior defensive tackle Corvey Irivin of Augusta the defensive captain, and Williams the special teams captain.
The Leon Farmer Award for dedication to the strength and conditioning program was presented to Massaquoi and Southerland. Outstanding Scout Team Awards went to Christian Robinson (offense) of Norcross, Josh Bagby (defense) of Canton, and Kevin Lanier of Woodstock (special teams).
Bainbridge, and cornerback Chad Gloer (special teams) of Fayetteville. Newcomer of the Year Award winners were receiver A.J. Green of Summerville, S.C. (offense), defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson of Statesboro and cornerback Brandon Boykin of Fayetteville (defense), and Zach Renner of New Canaan, Conn., and Logan Gray (special teams) of Columbia, Mo.
Quarterback Jonathan deLaureal of New Orelans, La., was named recipient of the Senior Scholar Award for career academic achievement (3.58 in Finance).
All-SEC Academic Awards were presented to fullback Benjamin Boyd of Thomasville, punter Drew Butler of Duluth, Chapas, deLaureal, split end Kris Durham of Calhoun, snapper Bo Fowler of Union Point, receiver Demiko Goodman of Newnan, defensive tackle Andrew Gully of Vienna, Va., defensive end Wes Jacobs of Cordele, safety Andrew Johnson of Athens, punter Brian Mimbs of Dublin, tackle Casey Nickels of Tignall, Southerland, Stafford, tackle Trinton Sturdivant of Wadesboro, tight end Aron White of Columbia, Mo., and linebacker Charles White of Columbia, S.C