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Reggie Williams
Reggie Williams

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Lakewood, Wash.

High School:
Lakes High School

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 225

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
05/17/1983

Experience:
3V

Washington: Half of one of the most dominating passing duo's in Washington history...Williams ranks second on the Pac-10's all-time receiving lists (includes bowl games) with 243 receptions and 3,598 receiving yards...holds the career school records for receiving yards, receiving yards per game and receptions...had 16 career 100-yard receiving games...one of eight college all-stars to compete in the Capital One College Fototball All-Star Challenge in Houston on Jan. 30th, 2004...in the 2002 season, Williams Earned first-team All-American honors from Associated Press, the Football Writers, ESPN and Collegefootballnews.com...Williams' single season receiving marks all place him in the top 6 in UW history...in 2001 and 2002, sparked the Huskies against their in state rivals Washington State, by totaling 25 catches and 401 yards...showed remarkable durability by participating in every game the Dawgs played in from 2001 to 2003 ... a 2003 Playboy preseason All-American ... was used as a cornerback in UW's redzone defense ... has deceptive speed for his size ... physical player who enjoys blocking ... has excellent hands and is very good in the air. 2003: A Rivals.com Honorable Mention All-American...Named to the Pac-10 All Conference first team for the second consecutive season...Caught 89 passes totaling 1,109 yards and eight touchdowns...First in Pac-10 and tied for fourth nationally with 7.42 catches per game...Ranked No. 16 nationally with an average of 92.42 receiving yards per game ...Extended his streak of consecutive games with a catch to 37, which is the longest active streak in the Pac-10 and in Husky history...In the season opener against defending national champion Ohio State, contributed 10 catches for 104 yards...Had a season high 13 catches against Arizona...Helped the Dawgs to a conference opening victory against Stanford with season highs of 138 receiving yards and two touchdowns. 2002: Earned first-team All-America honors from the Associated Press, the Football Writers, ESPN and Collegefootballnews.com and a second-team selection by CNN/SI ... also named to the All-America fourth-team by The Sporting News ... the only Husky named to the All-Pac-10 first team ... led the Pac-10 with 1,454 yards (a school record) and 94 receptions (also a school record) ... his 111.9 yards per game were No. 9 in the NCAA and his 7.23 receptions per game were No. 8 ... also broke the school’s career receptions and yards records with 149 for 2,427 ... his 89-yard touchdown reception vs. San Jose State bettered the UW school record for long reception by five yards ... tied a school record with three straight 100-yard games (vs. Cal, Arizona and USC) and finished the year with seven 100-yard games, also a school record ... 10 career 100-yard games are most ever by a Husky ... 101.1 career yards per game are easily a school record (35.2 yards better than the old mark) ... in terms of receiving yards, has posted the best two-year stretch in Pac-10 history with 2,429 yards ... one of just four receivers in Pac-10 history with more than 140 catches and 2,000 yards in any two-straight years ... the others (Keyshawn Johnson, Dennis Northcutt, Bobby Wade) all did it their junior and senior seasons ... has caught at least three balls in all 25 games of his career ... earned the moniker "Mr. November" (a tribute to Reggie "Mr. October" Jackson) after catching 35 balls over the season’s three final games ... ranked eighth in the Pac-10 in scoring for non-kickers at 5.1 points per game ... had a career-high 14 catches (a school record for wide receivers) for 198 yards in the Oregon game, when he also scored three TDs to tie the school record ... that was the most pass receptions by a Pac-10 receiver during the season and ranked as the sixth best total in the final NCAA stats ... the following week in the win at No. 3 Washington State, broke his own Apple Cup record with 12 catches for 169 yards, mostly playing against All-America cornerback Marcus Trufant ... in the Arizona game, had eight catches for 184 yards and three TDs ... in that game, caught an 80-yard TD pass with 2:03 remaining to give the UW the win ... had 160 yards and two TDs vs. San Jose State, after which he was named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week ... eight catches for 116 vs. Cal and seven for 134 with a touchdown at USC ... also played several plays at cornerback in the Washington State game. 2001: Earned first-team Freshman All-American honors from The Sporting News … the Pac-10’s co-Freshman of the Year, with Stanford receiver Teyo Johnson … was the first Washington player ever to win the conference’s freshman honor … had one of the most prolific seasons ever by a Husky receiver … finished with 55 receptions for 973 yards and three touchdowns … reception and yardage totals were both records for a freshman in the Pac-10 Conference ... those totals were fourth-best all-time at Washington in a single season … came just 27 yards shy of becoming just the fourth 1,000-yard receiver in Husky football history … one of just four Husky freshmen to appear in every game in 2001 … one of three Husky receivers with 30 receptions or more, the first time that has happened at Washington since 1989 … one of two Husky receivers, along with junior Paul Arnold, to record a catch in every game in 2001 … never had less than three receptions in any game … helped Washington’s passing attack rank second in the Pac-10 at 279.5 yards per game, nearly 100 yards per game more than in 2000 … ranked third in the Pac-10, and 21st in the nation with 88.45 receiving yards per game … became just the fourth Husky player ever to post a 200-yard game with 203 yards on 11 receptions in 26-14 win over ninth-ranked Washington State … 11 receptions tied for second-most all-time at Washington … 203 yards was most-ever by a Husky freshman, breaking his own record set in the season-opener against Michigan … in that 23-18 win over the 10th-ranked Wolverines, became the first player ever at Washington to earn a start in his first collegiate game … had a terrific debut, pulling in four catches for 134 yards, including a 74-yarder that was UW’s second-longest non-scoring reception all-time, and 15th-longest catch of any sort … receiving yards against Michigan were, at the time, the most ever in a game by a true freshman at Washington, and was the most in a game by any Husky receiver since 1998 … hit the century mark one other time, grabbing five catches for 101 yards and first-career touchdown in 27-24 win over USC … had seven catches for 80 yards in 31-28 come-from-behind win over Arizona … notched second touchdown in second quarter of Huskies’ 33-31 win at Arizona State … also scored on eight-yard toss from Pickett in 42-28 win over No. 10 Stanford … had seven catches of 30+ yards in 2001, but no touchdowns longer than 13 yards.

High School and Personal: Born Reginald Williams, Jr. on May 17, 1983 in Laadstuhl, Germany ... parents are Wanda and Reginald, Sr. ... has one brother, Derrick ... one of the most decorated prep recruits in Husky history ... Washington’s AP State Player of the Year ... led Lakes to the state championship game with 45 catches for 881 yards and 16 TDs ... also rushed 34 times for 512 yards and seven TDs, and made eight interceptions on defense ... a Parade, USA Today, Reebok/ESPN, PrepStar, Student Sports, and SuperPrep All-American ... finished fourth in voting for ESPN.com’s National Prep Offensive Player of the Year ... received nine of 10 votes to earn first-team "Best in the West" honors in the Long Beach Press-Telegram ... named to USA Today’s preseason "Super 25" ... listed as the top WR in the nation, and No. 4 prep recruit overall by Prep Football Report ... ranked No. 6 in the nation on SuperPrep’s Elite 50 ... the No. 2 receiver in the nation, No. 9 pick overall by Student Sports ... ranked No. 1 in the Northwest by SuperPrep, and No. 4 in the West Region by PrepStar ... the West Coast’s top player, according to Rivals.com ... SuperPrep and PrepStar’s second-ranked WR nationally ... named to Max Emfinger’s USAToday.com All-America first-team at flanker ... named to Las Vegas Sun’s Super 11 Team ... USAToday.com’s No. 1 flanker in the nation ... tallied 151 yards receiving and 78 yards rushing, including a touchdown, in the Lancers’ losing effort against Skyline in the 2000 Class AAA state final ... named to the AP, Seattle Times, and Tacoma News-Tribune All-State teams ... one of four Seattle Times "Blue Chip" recruits ... a member of the Tacoma News-Tribune’s "Western 100" and "Northwest Nuggets" squads ... also named to the Tribune’s all-league and all-area squads ... named to the Pierce County League’s all-league first-teams on offense and defense for the second-consecutive year ... named MVP of the PCL in 2000 ... in 1999, had 27 catches for 565 yards, ran two punts back for touchdowns, and made 75 tackles and five interceptions on defense ... also excelled in track, placing fourth in the triple jump in 1998 with a 45-foot, six-inch leap ... maintained a 3.4 GPA ... a psychology pre-major.

Year     G-S   Rec.   Yds.   Avg.   TD   LG
2001    11-10    55    973   17.7    3   74
2002    13-12    94   1454   15.5   11   89
2003    12-11    89   1109   12.5    8   74
Totals  36-33   238   3536   14.9   22   89
Career Highs
Receptions: 14 vs. Oregon, 2002
Reception Yards: 203 vs. Washington State, 2001
Touchdowns: 3 vs. Oregon, 2002
Longest Reception: 89 yards vs. San Jose State, 2002
Longest TD Reception: 89 yards vs. San Jose State, 2002

Williams' Game-by-Game Statistics

2003           NO   YDS   TD   LG
at Ohio State     10   107   0    31
INDIANA            4    98   2    70
IDAHO              4    72   0    48
STANFORD          10   138   2    74
at UCLA           10   105   1    18
NEVADA             3    77   1    52
at Oregon State    8    64   0    14
USC                9   115   1    39
OREGON             7   130   1    63
at Arizona        13   121   0    20
at California      4    23   0    11
WASHINGTON ST.     7    59   0    28

2002 NO YDS TD LG at Michigan 6 72 0 20 SAN JOSE ST 6 160 2 89 WYOMING 6 100 0 34 IDAHO 4 23 0 7 CALIFORNIA 8 116 0 37 ARIZONA 8 184 3 80 at USC 7 134 1 27 at Arizona St. 3 68 0 41 UCLA 6 72 1 17 OREGON ST. 9 94 1 15 at Oregon 14 198 3 47 at Washington St. 12 169 0 48 Purdue (Sun Bowl) 5 64 0 15

2001 NO YDS TD LG MICHIGAN 4 134 0 74 IDAHO 5 77 0 33 at California 3 63 0 44 USC 5 101 1 42 at UCLA 4 61 0 29 ARIZONA 7 80 0 21 at Arizona St. 3 46 1 23 STANFORD 3 74 1 43 at Oregon St. 4 49 0 17 WASHINGTON ST. 11 203 0 58 at Miami 6 85 0 17 vs. Texas 5 62 0 22 (Holiday Bowl)

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