This won’t exactly come as a news flash, but D.J. Williams is a good tight end.
Williams’ talents, in fact, were enough last season to bring together two groups who often get along like Simon and Seacrest – coaches and media members. Both groups voted Williams an All-SEC player, though the coaches somehow relegated him to second-team status.
Regardless, his production spoke for itself. Among the highlights, Williams:
Led Arkansas in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.
Finished sixth nationally among all tight ends in receptions and receiving yards.
Made 24 catches for 275 yards against ranked teams, the third-highest totals of any tight end in the country. Had nearly half (29) of his 61 catches end in Arkansas first downs. [read more]