Versatile contributor as a freshman in 2015, he has been an asset as a blocker on offense and member of nearly all of Clemson’s special teams units.
2015: Logged five tackles on special teams and appeared in all 15 games ... had 96 snaps to his credit, and appeared on offense in 14 of the 15 games ... major reason the Tiger rushing attack averaged over 200 yards per game ... saw 14 snaps in his first career game against Wofford, while also playing special teams ... notched first career tackle in the Appalachian State contest ... posted special teams tackle against Notre Dame ... notched two special teams tackles in win over Georgia Tech ... played 11 snaps offensively at Miami ... notched a tackle on kickoff coverage against Oklahoma ... had key block on Wayne Gallman’s touchdown run in the National Championship Game against Alabama.
Before Clemson: No. 111 player in the nation and No. 18 player in Florida by Rivals ... No. 117 player in the nation by ESPN ... No. 186 player in the nation and No. 4 tight end by 247Sports.com ... played tight end and fullback on offense and at defensive end ... had 1,229 rushing yards rushing and 21 touchdowns along with 15 receptions for 256 yards and one touchdown as a senior ... had 288 yards and four touchdowns on 28 carries as a junior ... coached by Leroy Kinard ... recruited by Danny Pearman and Jeff Scott.
Personal: His father, Dayne Williams, played for Florida State against Clemson in the famous 1988 “Puntrooskie Game;” Dayne took the snap from center on the play, put the ball between the legs of the upback, Leroy Butler, who then raced down the sideline ... majoring in general engineering ... born Jan. 26, 1996.
*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide