2010: Started all 13 Husky games at strong safety ... finished the regular season ranked No. 3 in the Pac-10 with 8.33 tackles per game ... named to the All-Pac-10 second team ... team captain ... season-high 13 tackles, including half a tackle for loss, in the win over UCLA ... 12 tackles, one for loss, in the opener at BYU ... also had 12 tackles in the win over Oregon State ... eight tackles and a sack vs. Nebraska ... eight stops each vs. USC and Arizona State, with a sack vs. the Sun Devils ... seven tackles, one for loss, at Arizona ... eight stops vs. Stanford ... seven tackles, including a sack, plus a forced fumble, at Oregon ... six tackles in the win at Cal ... five tackles in the Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska ... four tackles, including half a sack, in the Apple Cup win at WSU ... honored with the Chuck Niemi Big Hit Award at the team's postseason awards banquet.
2009: Played in and started 11 of the Huskies' 12 games ... sat out the Arizona game due to injury ... finished the year with 62 tackles ... season-high 11 tackles at Oregon State ... had nine tackles, all solo, including an 11-yard sack, at UCLA ... eight tackles, including two for loss, at Notre Dame ... six tackles (all solo) and a fumble recovery in the 16-13 win over No. 3 USC ... six tackles, one for a loss, in the 42-10 victory over 19th-ranked California ... five tackles, one for loss, at Arizona State ... five tackles in the season-opener vs. No. 11 LSU ... four tackles, all solo, in the win over Idaho.
2008: Saw action in all 12 games during the 2008 season ... started all 12 at one safety spot ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... ranked 17th in the conference with 6.33 tackles per game ... second on the UW with 76 total tackles ... also had five passes defended ... season-high 13 tackles against Brigham Young ... recorded 11 stops vs. Oregon State ... four tackles and an interception vs. Notre Dame ... nine tackles each against Stanford and UCLA ... eight at California ... honored as the KING-TV Most Improved Player Award for the defense at the team's postseason awards banquet.
2007: One of seven true freshmen to see action during the 2007 season ... earned the Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman Award (defense) at the team's postseason awards banquet ... a regular in the UW secondary, spending most of the year as the team's fifth defensive back in nickel situations, and on special teams ... picked up a start in the Hawai'i game, when the UW opened with five DBs ... had a good game vs. the Warriors, tying his season high with six tackles while also recording a forced fumble ... also had six tackles in the Apple Cup vs. Washington State ... made four tackles vs. Arizona and had three at Syracuse and at Arizona State ... had a crucial pass breakup in the end zone vs. the Orange.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Named the state's 3A most valuable player by the Seattle Times, also earning first-team all-state honors at running back ... also the Associated Press 3A state player of the year ... one of only four players from Washington named a "blue chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... played in the state's annual East West All Star Game and was named Defensive MVP after intercepting two passes ... one of only eight high school prospects named a "Northwest Nugget" by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... named to the "Western 100" by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... rushed for 1,954 yards and scored 41 total touchdowns as a senior ... posted 92 touchdowns during his career while rushing for 4,775 career yards... also a standout defensive back ... named the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's all-area defensive MVP as a senior ... first-team All-Seamount League on offense and defense as a senior, also earning the league's co-offensive back of the year ... took Kennedy to the state championship game, falling to Bellevue, 21-14 in overtime ... Lancers were 47-6 during Williams' Kennedy career ... played in the state tournament all four years, falling in the semifinals in 2003 and 2005 ... listed as the No. 37 running back recruit in the nation and the No. 7 player in the state of Washington by Rivals ... named the No. 24 prospect on SuperPrep's Northwest 100 list ... ranked as the No. 45 running back prospect in the country and the No. 10 overall prospect in Washigton state by Scout ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... played for Bob Bourgette at Kennedy.
Williams' Career Statistics