Introducing The New Cowboys: Larry Williams

Larry Williams is an offensive tackle from Hutchinson Community College.

Larry Williams
Offensive tackle
6-5, 308
Hutchinson C.C., Kan./East Carolina University/Wilmington (Laney), N.C.

Physical: 40 time-5.14; Bench Press-435 lbs.; Squat-640 lbs.; Vertical-27.5"

Other Schools Recruited By: (JC) none; (High School) East Carolina (signed), North Carolina State.

Junior College: one-year starter; 2015 1st-Team NJCAA All-American, 1st-Team NJCAA All-Region VI, 1st-Team All-Jayhawk Conference.

East Carolina University: Played in 13 games as a red-shirt freshman in 2014, primarily on special teams and had two tackles on coverage units; Red-shirted his first season in 2013.

High School: three-year starter both ways, 2012 season-1st-Team Wilmington Star All-Area, 1st-Team All-Mideastern Conference, 3-star Scout recruit, Top 50 North Carolina Prospect, Team captain; Statistics- 56 total tackles, 33 unassisted tackles, 1 sack, 2 fumbles recovered; 2011 season-1st-Team Wilmington Star All-Area; Statistics: 32 total tackles, 28 unassisted tackles, 6 tackles for loss, 88 percent grade on offense; 2010 season-started on offense and defense.

Scout Ranking: 3-stars.

Other Sports: Finished 7th in the state in wrestling at 285 pounds, also lettered in track.

Interesting Tidbit: Williams is a triplet with a brother and sister.

Primary Recruiting Coach: Greg Adkins.

Scouting Report and Projection: Full grown player and developed quite well. Give the Hutchinson staff credit in that when he transferred they did not put up with the 338 pounds he was carrying, and in the Dragons spread offense they told him he needed to drop weight, by the end of fall camp, that 338-plus pounds was down to 308. That showed desire and discipline. Both will come in handy this spring as he will be counted on to come in and compete for a starting position at tackle. He is both agile and strong. He is also mentally tough. As close to the finished product as you can get, unless Russell Okung decided to return from Seattle and play college football. I expect him to compete and earn a starting job at tackle by the end of the spring.


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