His junior college coach described him as a "big time" player and someone who will only get better and better.
That seems to be the sentiment around the country when it
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The Wildcats returned to the same stomping grounds at
But Williams, unlike Faggins, has size and speed. At 6-foot-1 185 pounds, this former high school quarterback can also run, having recorded a 4.41 40-yards.
"Kyle is only going to get better and better at
"We've take a lot of guys like Kyle, who are high school quarterbacks that could run and use their athleticism at other positions, like defensive back," he said. "What we saw in Kyle was tremendous speed and feet. He has good hips and makes good decisions. He gets his feet in the right position and rarely gets himself out of position. He's the new defensive back that can cover those big receivers everyone is going to."
And after surprising many last season, Williams entered this season as a preseason JUCO All-American. It didn't take long for the preseason honor to hold up. In the first game of the season, Williams picked off a pass and took it all the way back for a score.
"Kyle is a tremendous talent,"
Williams, who will be a May graduate, has three to play two at K-State.