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JAUAN WILLIAMS - Football - Florida State Seminoles

Player profile

Offensive Lineman
Redshirt Sophomore
Washington, D.C.
high school
Archbishop Carroll


Appeared in five games with two starts…started at left tackle for season opener vs. Boise State and 45-44 win vs. ULM…also appeared at No. 2 Clemson, at Wake Forest and in 49-12 win vs. Alabama State.


Appeared in eight games with six starts…started in first three games at left tackle and final three contests at right tackle…blocked for an offense that ranked third in the ACC and 28th in the country with an average of 270.1 passing yards per game…FSU’s 3,241 passing yards as a team were the most in program history under a first-year head coach…helped Seminole offense top 400-yard mark in five games, including season-high 485 in 38-17 victory vs. Wake Forest…in FSU’s 22-21 win vs. No. 22 Boston College, the offensive line blocked as the Seminoles produced a 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver in the same game for the first time in more than two years…helped block for explosive plays as FSU tied for the ACC lead with four plays of at least 70 yards and ranked among the conference’s top four in passing plays of 10, 20, 30, 50 and 70 yards.


Missed entire 2017 season due to injury.


Redshirt season.


Consensus four-star offensive tackle prospect from Washington, D.C… played for Team Highlight in the Under Armour All-America Game…rated the second-best prospect from Washington, D.C., and the No. 3 recruit in the nation’s capital by both 247Sports and ESPN…tabbed the No. 7 offensive tackle recruit and No. 146 overall recruit in the nation by Rivals…ranked 11th-best offensive tackle and No. 110 overall player by ESPN…named the 27th-best offensive tackle by 247Sports…ranked the 27th-best offensive tackle recruit in the country by Scout…has a high motor and uses his length to engage defenders…has physical traits sought after in prospects, but is also described as tough…2015 USA Today All-USA D.C. First Team selection…captured D.C. State Athletic Association all-state honors in 2015, as well…chose Florida State over Georgia, LSU, and Texas A&M, among others…born on February 20, 1997…majoring in computer science.