NMSU Football BIO

2008 (Freshman): Williams played in nine games for the Aggies at wide receiver and as a kickoff returner. He tallied 52 yards receiving on the season on seven catches. Against Alcorn State (10/4) Williams caught three passes for a season-high 45 yards and had two kick returns for 37 yards. Versus San Jose State (10/18) he record one catch for nine yards.  


High School: Williams was a vital member of the Permian High School football team, leading the Panthers to a district championship as a senior, with a perfect 5-0 district record and a 9-4 overall record. Williams recorded a total of 626 yards from 33 catches and scored three touchdowns. His longest reception was 72-yards and he averaged 19-yards per catch. Currently, Williams owns the Tandem offensive record set in 2006 for having over 100-yards receiving in a single game. He also is third in the Permian record books for receptions in a game with 10. For his efforts Williams was a 2006 first team all-district receiver and earned the team’s best receiver award. Initially, Williams signed with Texas Tech to be a sprinter on the track and field squad for the Red Raiders. He recorded a time of 10.4 in the 100-meter dash his senior year.


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