Add nine interceptions and 100 tackles as a defensive back and he is a solid addition to the entire LSU team.
Williams said he committed back on LSU's junior day.
"I've seen a lot of guys wait until the last minute to decide and it kind of becomes a big deal," Williams said. "I'm not saying that's wrong, because to each his own. I just wanted to get it over with because I knew that that was where I wanted to be and that's where I wanted to play."
Williams said there were strong family influences as well.
"I talked with my mom, my sister and my father, and we just decided to do it and get it over with," admitted Williams.
Williams is 5-10, 175 pounds, and last year helped lead Breaux Bridge High to a state championship, something he took great pride in.
"My goals for next year are to definitely make it to the state championship again, and this time I want to win it," said Williams. "I want to get better as a player, an individual and as a quarterback because you never know.
"It (getting to the state championship) was a great experience. The whole community came out and supported us and it was like we weren't just playing for our selves, but everyone who had ever played for Breaux Bridge and never had the opportunity to play in that game."
Williams said that the cold weather had adverse effects on his team, something he won't have to face in the SEC, a league he said acts as a crucible to the NFL.
"I feel that if you can play there and start there, you can make it anywhere," said Williams. "I think that if I make it there and start, I have a good chance to play in the NFL."
Williams said he really began gathering interest in LSU when a family member started gaining playing time for the Tigers.
"I started liking LSU when my cousin Dominick Davis started playing for them," said Williams. "I went to some games and I just loved the atmosphere and everything. I always dreamed about it (playing for LSU) and now it's coming true."
Once this multi-talented athlete earns his spot on the LSU squad, he said he doesn't really care what position coaches see him playing, whether it be cornerback or on the offensive side of the ball.
"I like offense, I mean, I love offense," said Williams. "But, if playing defense is where they need me, then that's where I'll play. I like having the ball in my hand and I like making people miss and scoring touchdowns."
Williams said expects to see playing time soon.
"There's been no talk of a red-shirt," said Williams. "The coaches have said that if I get the job done, I'll play my freshman year. I'm going to attend an LSU camp this summer and I'll be working out and getting better."
Williams said since he committed to LSU, other schools have backed off in the recruiting game.
"I haven't really received any other offers or phone calls from other schools since that day," Williams said.
Williams said he holds a 3.4 GPA and scored a 19 on his ACT, a score he said he is not satisfied with. He has a plan for what he wants to do after high school and if the NFL is not the ticket then he knows which road he wants to travel.
"It was my first time taking it," Williams said. "I don't want to make excuses, so I'm going to take it again next school year. When I get to LSU, I want to take a lot of business classes. I've always wanted my own business. I haven't given much thought to what that business will be, but hopefully something that will make a lot of money."