Williams, a 5-foot-11, 170-pounder is small for a quarterback, but he makes up for it with his arm strength and his ability to make plays with his legs. "He's athletic," said Coach Sam Simpson. "He's got a lot of skills. He's fast and can do a lot of good things with the ball. He played quarterback for us last year. It was his first year," finished Simpson.
Williams ran for 884 yards and six touchdowns from the signal caller spot. He threw for another 1260 yards and 16 touchdowns. While he had a good season, Simpson still sees room for improvement in his star. "You can always improve accuracy and footwork," said Simpson. "Our goal in the offseason for him is to get stronger so he can be more durable. If you're going to play that position, you'll take some hits."
Williams led the Blue Devils to a 10-2 record and was named district Player of the Year.
At this point, Williams doesn't hold any offers, but he's getting attention from several in-state schools.