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Williams saw his relatively disappointing junior season (29 catches for 321 yards and one touchdown in eight games) come to a premature end when he broke his fibula and suffered ligament damage in his foot during the Huskies’ home win over Cal. While Williams is still not able to go at full speed, Washington’s new head coach Chris Petersen expects to have his senior wideout ready for the start of the season. When healthy, Williams is a big-bodied, physical receiver with a large catch radius and excellent body control. He does an excellent job of using either his hands or his frame to create physical separation from defensive backs. Apart from the occasional concentration drop, Williams is a reliable hands catcher whose leaping ability and balance allow him to make some pretty impressive catches. To his credit, while he was underutilized in the passing game in 2013 due to changes in Steve Sarkisian’s system, you never saw Williams give less than 100% effort. His physical blocking and receiving talents should both be valuable assets to his new coach. –Jeremy Hyde, 5/15
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