The former Northwest Rankin and Mississippi State wide receiver jumped immediately into the coaching profession after finishing up his career under coach Dan Mullen in 2013. By 2017, he was coaching his own team at Pelahatchie and he went from 6-6 in year one to 11 wins and 10 wins the next two seasons.
He took a step up to Ridgeland High School two years ago and went 8-3 with a North State championship loss to a great West Point team by a touchdown. That got Williams another step up at a job that he termed the best in the state at Brandon.
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