Williams carving niche among Rams’ WRs – Winston

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Williams says that having Division I transfers is a way of life at WSSU, which has 16 this season, but that they still must prove themselves.



Posted: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 9:30 pm

Williams carving niche among Rams’ WRs

John Dell/Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem Journal

There’s a perception that every Winston-Salem State football player is a Division I castoff.

No so for wide receiver Eric Williams, who came to WSSU the old-fashioned way. He signed while in high school at Fayetteville Pine Forest, redshirted for a year to get stronger, then made a bit of a splash last season with 20 catches.

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