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Name: *Jonah Williams 
College: Alabama     Number: 73
Height: 6-5   Weight: 301
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2019

40 Time: 5.02

Projected Round: 1
     Stock: 
Rated number 1 out of 96 OT's      8 / 2043 TOTAL
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 2016 Season

  One of the top overall players in the nation out of California, who arrived at the Capstone as an early enrollee in the spring and secured a starting job at right tackle for the Crimson Tide in 2016 ... earned a reputation as one of the top true freshmen in the nation, not only on the offensive line but across all positions ... selected as a Freshman All-American by USA Today and ESPN ... named to the SEC All-Freshman Team by the conference coaches while earning second team All-SEC honors from the Associated Press ... helped the Tide rank 16th nationally and first in the SEC in scoring offense (38.8 ppg), 12th nationally and second in the league in rushing offense (245.0 ypg) and 34th in the nation in total offense (455.3 ypg) ... blocked for 11 100-yard rushing games — four from Damien Harris and Jalen Hurts along with two from Bo Scarbrough and one by Josh Jacobs ... finished with 29 knockdown blocks on the year ... chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week for his performance against USC and SEC Lineman of the Week for his game at Tennessee ... selected as one of the UA coaching staff’s offensive players of the week for his games against USC, Western Kentucky, Kent State, at Arkansas and Tennessee, Mississippi State, Auburn, Florida and Washington. USC: Named SEC Freshman of the Week for his performance against the USC Trojans when he graded out at 83 percent with two knockdown blocks ... opened holes for 242 rushing yards, including 138 yards from sophomore running back Damien Harris. Western Kentucky: Started and provided time for Jalen Hurts and Blake Barnett to throw for 351 yards and two touchdowns ... did not allow a sack or a hurry and graded out at a team-high 80 percent with two knockdown blocks. Ole Miss: Graded out at 87 percent ... allowed the first sack of his career ... opened holes for 334 yards rushing with 146 from Hurts and 144 from Harris. Kent State: Earned Offensive Player of the Week accolades from the Alabama coaching staff ... opened holes for 285 yards and three touchdowns ... blocked for 502 yards of total offense and 48 points ... graded out at 85 percent.

Kentucky: Had one knock down block ... helped clear a path for 100 rushing yards for Jacobs and 173 for the team ... provided time for 315 passing yards on 65.8 percent passing by the UA quarterbacks ... did not allow a sack or a hurry. Arkansas: Helped the Crimson Tide rush for 264 yards on 34 carries and provided time 517 total yards ... earned Offensive Player of the Week honors after grading out at 86 percent with a knockdown block ... opened holes for 122 yards for Damien Harris. Tennessee: Cleared a path for 409 yards rushing and 594 yards of total offense ... the 409 yards rushing was the most for an Alabama team since 1992 and the most against Tennessee since 1986 ... helped the Tide average 8.5 yards per attempt ... earned SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week and Alabama Offensive Player of the Week honors ... opened holes for two 100-yard rushers (Hurts 132, Scarbrough 109) ... had four knockdown blocks and graded out at 90 percent. Texas A&M: Recorded seven knockdown blocks ... graded out at 86 percent ... opened holes for 287 yards on the ground and 451 yards of total offense ... helped Harris notch his fourth 100-yard game of the season as Alabama averaged 5.0 yards per carry ... did not allow a sack or a hurry and did not commit a penalty. LSU: Did not allow a sack or a hurry while opening up holes for 216 rushing yards and 323 total yards ... helped Hurts rush for 114 yards and a TD. Mississippi State: Once again earned offensive player of the week honors from the Alabama coaching staff ... graded out at 87 percent with a knockdown block ... helped the Tide rush for 218 yards while providing time for 615 yards of total offense ... did not allow a sack or a hurry. Chattanooga: Helped the Crimson Tide rush for 196 yards on 37 carries, including a game-high 91 yards by Damien Harris.

Auburn: Earned Offensive Player of the Week honors after helping provide time for 501 yards of total offense, including 203 yards on the ground ... graded out at 89 percent with four knockdown blocks ... did not allow a sack or commit a penalty. Florida: The Offensive Player of the Week by the Alabama coaching staff for the eighth time this season ... graded out at a team-high 89 percent with two knockdown blocks ... opened holes for 234 yards on the ground and four rushing touchdowns while averaging 6.2 yards per carry ... did not allow a sack. Washington: Once again earned Offensive Player of the Week honors from the Crimson Tide coaching staff ... graded out at a team-high 88 percent ... helped open holes for 269 yards rushing, including a career-high 180 and two scores for Bo Scarbrough ... Tide averaged 5.4 yards per rush ... had two knockdown blocks and did not allow a sack, a hurry or commit a penalty. Clemson: Opened holes for 221 rushing yards and three scores on the ground ... helped Scarbrough gain 93 yards on 16 carries with two touchdowns.


 High School

  One of the top offensive line prospects in the nation and top overall players in California … arrived in January as an early enrollee and participated in spring drills … a second team USA Today All-USA All-America selection … a five-star player who was considered a top-three offensive tackle prospect … ranked No. 17 in the 247Sports.com Composite and No. 24 in the Top247 … ranked as the outlet’s No. 2 offensive tackle in the composite while ranking as the No. 3 overall player in the state of California … Rivals.com listed him as the No. 24 player in the Rivals100, the No. 2 offensive tackle and the No. 3 player in the state … a four-star prospect by ESPN and the No. 25 player in the ESPN300 … ESPN ranked him as the No. 3 offensive tackle … Scout.com seeded him as the No. 58 player nationally and the No. 4 overall tackle … a member of the PrepStar Top150 Dream Team at No. 18 nationally and the No. 2 offensive tackle … member of the MaxPreps 2015 All-Northern California High School Football Team … played for head coach Kris Richardson and Troy Taylor at Folsom High School … chose Alabama over Southern California, Auburn, Florida and Georgia.

 
 Draft Scout Player News
01/11/19 - Four Alabama players are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft, including All-America left tackle Jonah Williams and Outland Trophy-winning defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Those projected first-rounders announced their intentions on Friday, along with versatile tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams are unanimous All-Americans rated as potential Top 10 picks. They helped lead the Crimson Tide to a Southeastern Conference title before losing 44-16 to Clemson in the national championship game. The exodus of underclassmen has become an annual rite for the talent-rich Tide.

"This is probably going to sound like a Grammy acceptance speech but I just have a lot of thank yous because this place really, it's an incredible program that coach (Nick) Saban's built but it runs because of all the people that work in the coaching and support staff roles," said Jonah Williams, before naming staffers in a number of different departments. Jonah Williams won the Southeastern Conference's Jacobs Blocking Trophy. He started every game of his Tide career, the first at right tackle and the past two on the left side. "These guys have always been exemplary in all the things they've done to help themselves, in terms of their work ethic, their character, the choices and decisions they've made, which is what has created the opportunity for them," Saban said. - AP College Football

11/05/18 - NOV 5 SEC CO-OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Jonah Williams, LT, Alabama,...Williams once again turned in an elite performance, this time against one of the best defenses in college, as the Crimson Tide shutout No. 3 LSU in Death Valley...Williams led an offensive line that as a unit earned Alabama Offensive Player of the Week honors...Recorded six knockdown blocks for the second straight game and third time this season as the Tide averaged 7.6 yards per carry on the ground...Helped the Crimson Tide roll up 576 yards of total offense, including 281 on the ground, which is the most the Tide has rushed for against LSU since gaining 300 yards in 2002...Williams did allow a sack or a pressure or commit a penalty...The Alabama offensive line ranks fourth nationally and first in the SEC, allowing just .67 sacks per game...Has not allowed a sack in 535 plays from scrimmage this season. - SEC Football
10/03/18 - LT Jonah Williams suffered a sprained ankle last week and missed some practice early in the week. He is expected to be available Saturday against Arkansas.
12/13/17 - 2017 ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Jonah Williams, Alabama,...Junior defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick and sophomore defensive lineman Raekwon Davis were first-team selections on defense. Sophomore offensive lineman Jonah Williams and junior receiver Calvin Ridley received first-team honors on offense while senior punter JK Scott was tabbed as the first-team punter. The first-team honors are the third for Scott (2014, 2016) and second for Fitzpatrick (2016). Ridley was a second-team selection in 2015 and 2016. A starter since the first game of his freshman season in 2016, Williams was also a first-team All-SEC honoree this season. He has posted has 20 knockdown blocks on the season and an average grade of 86.9 percent while surrendering just half of a sack and four pressures in 734 offensive snaps this season. The Folsom, Calif., native has blocked for 17 100-yard rushers in his 27-game career, including six in 2017. - Alabama Football
10/16/17 - OCT 16 SEC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Jonah Williams, OL, Alabama...Jonah Williams anchored an offensive front that cleared a path for 308 rushing yards and 496 yards of total offense in a 41-9 victory over Arkansas...He graded out at a team-high 92 percent in 56 snaps at left tackle and did not have a missed assignment...Williams added four knockdown blocks and did not surrender a sack or a quarterback hurry...Alabama averaged 7.2 yards per rush in the game and 7.8 yards per snap while the offense finished with 23 first downs...Alabama had five players rush for at least 33 yards, led by Damien Harris' 125 yards. Bo Scarbrough added 65 yards on seven carries and Jalen Hurts finished with 41 yards on the ground. - SEC Football

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