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Williams lit it up on both sides of the ball during his junior season as he earned first team all-state honors on both sides.
The 5-10, 185-pounder 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.
As if that was not enough, the jack-of-all trades returned 19 kicks for 627 yards and two touchdowns.
Williams is projected to play cornerback for the Tigers and Scout.com tabbed him as the 17th rated corner in the land and a four-star prospect in its initial player ranking.
Check out the clips below and see for yourself just how exciting of a player Williams is in all phases of the game.