Williams (5-10, 185, 4.5)
is a true two-way star who earned
first team all-state honors on both sides of the ball. He rushed for 967 yards
and 15 touchdowns, and passed for another 901 yards and eight more scores.
Defensively, he picked off eight passes with one going all the way back for six
and added 96 total tackles.
When Williams pulled the trigger back in March at LSU's Junior Day he had not yet taken the ACT. He did take the test in April and late Monday night he called us to tell us some good news.
"I just wanted to call and let you know that I got my score back and I made a 19," he said.
That is good news for Williams and LSU because now he will not have any problem qualifying academically with his test score and 3.4 GPA.
There has been some talk of Williams playing safety, receiver, or even running back, for the Tigers, but now there is a new position being thrown his way.
"Coach (Les) Miles recently talked to me about playing corner," Williams said. "It really doesn't matter to me but if I do end up there I hope they let me touch the ball some either on offense or returning kicks."
Based on the results he turned in
from having the ball in his hands at