K'Waun Williams Celebrity Life
K'Waun Williams is a cornerback who currently plays for San Francisco 49ers. He is a football player who started out as a young prodigy in New jersey. He is five feet and nine inches tall and weighs something around 85 kg.
Williams has had a fantastic football career and he is still going strong. Due to his impressive physique, it doesn't seem that he would retire anytime soon.
Even in his high school days, William had a love for sports, specifically football. He played for his high school team. He studied at Saint Joseph Regional, New Jersey.
During his early days, Williams experimented with a lot of different positions before settling down as a cornerback for his professional career.
For his high school team, he played as a running back, wide receiver and cornerback. His coaches realized that he was really good at the cornerback position and thus, he was encouraged to play at that position.
He had a fairly good run in his high school team with 32 tackles, 2 interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and a total of 8 touchdowns.
He attended the Pittsburgh college and played for Pittsburgh for three years, from 2010 to 2013. He was a natural at his position in the Pittsburgh Panthers.
Williams' professional career started with a bang as he was ranked the 92nd best cornerback prospect by DraftScout.com. That surely made a lot of teams try and sign him.
However, he went undrafted in the 2014 NFL draft. Eventually, Williams received tryout offers from two teams - Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.
However, Williams had other things in his mind. He rejected both the offers to attend a camp that featured his college coach Jeff Hafley.
Hafley had scouted Williams from his high school and the two shared a special bond. That is why Williams went for the camp instead of going professional straightaway.
In 2014, Williams was signed by Cleveland Browns for a contract worth 930,000 dollars. In his starting days, Williams's role was of a back-up cornerback. He filled in whenever he was needed.
Most of the time, he was benched as the team had other experienced players on the roster. He made his debut against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He performed relatively good in his first match and because of that he got more opportunities to start the game. He had six solo tackles by the end of week 5.
2015 and 2016 were pretty good years for Williams as he played a lot of games but he was always plagued by injuries. He suffered a concussion which put him off the field for a lot of games.
Due to his injury-prone nature, Williams released a statement in 2016 that he was contemplating retirement. As a rational human being, he was putting his body before his professional career.
However, that changed when he was signed by San Francisco 49ers in 2017. Williams underwent a lot of surgeries and was out of play for a significant amount of time.
However, he came back even stronger and performed really well for the 49ers. He became a regular for the team and would continue to play a lot of games for them.
As of now, Williams doesn't think about retirement and has made a statement that he will play for a long time to come. He is fit and looking forward to pushing his professional career even further.
It is true that he is plagued by injuries but he has personally made statements that he is trying to overcome these injuries and wishes to play more.
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