But after a strong performance, which earned him camp MVP, the Hawkeye state product is starting to make people take notice.
"This is my first big camp," Williams said. "I wanted to compete against some of the best guys in the Midwest. I was really looking forward to it. I was real fortunate to get the invite to this camp. I just wanted to prove to everybody that I could compete and hold my own."
At 6-foot-2, 270-pounds, Williams held his own throughout the four hour event, and displayed good strength, agility and footwork, and won the majority of his one-on-one matches.
"I am going to go around to as many camps as I can," Williams said. "I just want to get my name out there. Besides that, I'm just going to be in the weight room working with my football team."