Started 25 games as a junior in 2018-19 while playing in all 32 contests ... Averaged more than eight points a game in more than 21 minutes of action per contest ... Led team to a fifth-straight 20-plus win season and a berth in the GLIAC Tournament ... Team captain ... Member of FSU's 2018 NCAA Division II National Championship team that finished with a historic 38-1 overall record ... Helped team also win the GLIAC Regular-Season & Tournament Championships along with the NCAA Midwest Regional crown ... Appeared in 16 games after returning from an early-season injury and played a key role off the bench on the national title team ... Averaged more than four points per game ... Played in all 33 games and made two starts in 2016-17 season ... Tallied five points and two rebounds per game as one of team's top bench players most of the season ... Member of FSU team that won a third consecutive GLIAC Tournament Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third year in a row while winning a school-record 28 games ... Redshirted during the 2015-16 season ... Member of FSU squad that captured the GLIAC Tournament Championship and reached the NCAA Division II Sweet Sixteen.
Prior To FSU: The 6-3 Williams averaged 21.5 points along with 3.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.1 steals per game on the prep level for Canton High School in the 2014-15 campaign. The talented wing shot 46% from three-point range and better than 54% overall from the floor while claiming All-State accolades from both the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press. The all-conference honoree was also a Detroit Free Press All-Metro West First Team honoree as a senior.
During his prep career under head coach Jim Reddy, Williams was a four-year starter and two-time captain who also claimed Most Valuable Player Award laurels. He also served for three years as the school's starting quarterback on the gridiron and was a two-year captain. Williams played AAU basketball for the Michigan Mustangs and continues a pipeline to Canton that most recently included Dietrich Lever, who wrapped up his four-year career as the starting point guard on FSU's league championship team.