|Hometown:||Missouri City, Texas|
AT COLORADO: He decided to forego his senior year at Colorado and intended to graduate in four years in hope of transferring somewhere to complete his career.
2013 (Jr.) - He saw action in two games, the first two of the season (Colorado State, Central Arkansas); he played 16 snaps overall but did not record any statistics. He had entered the fall tied for second at the “will” inside linebacker position after leading the team in tackles in the four main spring scrimmages with 23 (13 solo, three for losses). He won the Iron Buffalo Award for the linebackers for spring conditioning in the weight room.
2012 (Soph.) - He saw action in all 12 games on special teams, but did not get in on defense. He tied for 10th on the team in special team points with 13, which were accumulated by three tackles (two solo), nine knockdown blocks and one first downfield credit that altered the path of the return. After the season, the coaches selected him as the recipient of the Defensive Scout Team Award. He moved to outside linebacker from the inside for spring practices.
2011 (Fr.-RS) - He played in nine games, all on special teams (and dressing for 12 of the 13); he worked his way as a regular on special teams for the second half of the season. He had three tackles, two solo, on kickoff coverage duty. He had eight tackles (three solo, one a tackle for zero) in the three main spring scrimmages.
2010 (Fr.) - Redshirted; practiced the entire fall at linebacker and was a member of the scout team.
HIGH SCHOOL - He earned PrepStar All-Region honors and is ranked the No. 80 outside linebacker by ESPN and the No. 87 outside linebacker by Rivals.com. He is a three-year starter at Marshall High School under coach Darryl Phipps. He earned first-team All-District 23 and was the District 23 most valuable player when he had 50 tackles, eight sacks, five forced fumbles and four pass break-ups. Against Kempner, he had eight tackles, three sacks and three forced fumbles, one of which he returned 79 yards to set up a score. Against Hawlston in his last game, he had eight tackles, a sack and one of the biggest hits of his career. He was also used as a tight end in goal line blocking situations. As a junior, he earned second-team All-District 23 when he had 35 tackles including six sacks and four forced fumbles. He also lettered in track and field (sprints, relays, throws). He was honored as the most outstanding junior male on the squad and earned second-team All-District 23 honors.
ACADEMICS - He is majoring in Communication at Colorado, and earning a minor Technology Arts & Media. He was a member of his high school’s Honor Roll.
PERSONAL - He was born October 7, 1991. His hobbies include boxing, which he competed in outside of high school, and has a keen interest in graphic design. He has played the bass guitar and drums since he was four years old and is part of his church’s gospel group. His father, Lowell Williams, Sr., was a defensive back at Madison University and is the pastor at Greater Love Ministries. He has volunteered at Texas Children’s Hospital over the summer in the gift shop and also enjoyed meeting patients and visiting with them during their hospital stays.