According to FresnoBee.com, Nebraska wide receiver coach Keith Williams is adding a familiar name to the film room - his son.
Keyan Williams, a Fresno State redshirt freshman in 2015, will be transferring to Lincoln. With his father on staff, it's very possible a hardship waiver could be granted, meaning he would not have to sit out in 2016.
Williams caught seven passes for the Bulldogs this season, all coming in week one against Abilene Christian. In the second week of the season, Williams took a helmet-to-helmet hit with a Ole Miss defensive back according to the FresnoBee. It sidelined him for quite some time.
Coming out of high school, Keyan had offers from schools like Boise State, California, Colorado State, Missouri, San Diego State and Southern Mississippi.
The following is from his Fresno State player page:
High School: Was a two-time team captain for coach Louis Landrum, Jr. ... set new school records for total yards and total touchdowns in his career at Lusher High School ... named to the 11-3A All-District team as a senior, was his team's Offensive MVP and was an honorable mention All-State selection ... caught 22 passes for 397 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... ran the ball seven times for 47 yards and one touchdown and also had a passing touchdown in 2013 ... named to the All-District 10-3A team as an athlete following his junior season of 2012 and the Offensive MVP for Lusher High School ... played quarterback as a junior and was 82-of-143 passing for 1,204 yards and 13 touchdowns ... also rushed the ball 113 times for 701 yards and 11 touchdowns.