"I'm not even worried about it anymore," Williams said. "I've been studying so hard for it that thing, I've put everything into it and I am not even gonna worry about it anymore. I know I got the score I needed."
According to Williams, he was extremely close last time and had been preparing for it the past three months non-stop.
"I'll be in Lexington in January," the former Seneca Offensive Lineman touted. "Joker Phillips has already called me. I wasn't here when he called, but I will get back to him. He's planning on me being there and January and I will be there."
Williams will room with fellow Louisville native Myron Pryor, whom is still recovering from a shoulder injury. Pryor and Williams have kept in close touch with each other throughout the grayshirt year and have been pushing each other as well.
"Man, all we've been doing is eating, studying and working out," Williams said. "Non-stop. Everyday. I'm up to 301 now and Joker says that I will more then likely not redshirt and that they need me right away. I've put on a lot of upper body strength."
With the Cats' struggles on the offensive line being well-documented across the state, Williams knows there will be extra pressure on him to come in and contribute.
"Whatever man," the offensive line prospect concluded. "Whatever I gotta do. It really doesn't bother me. If I have to wait to help out, then I will do that. I am just gonna go to Kentucky and play my game."
Williams did not give up a sack his entire junior season. With his questionable weight now up to par, expect big things from Williams when he hits Lexington in the fall.