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Darryl Williams
Darryl  Williams


Stanton, Calif.

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2007 (Senior): Started all 12 contests and collected 61 tackles (33 solo), three stops for loss, one sack, a pair of interceptions, nine passes broken up, one fumble recovery and four forced fumbles (including one on special teams)...Received honorable mention all-conference honors...Led the Rams and tied for seventh in the MWC with 11 passes defended (nine PBU, two INT)...His three forced fumbles from scrimmage gave him an average of 0.25 per game, tied for second in the conference...Matched his career high with five solo stops in season opener at Colorado (Sept. 1)...Had six stops (four solo) in Week 2 vs. No. 10 Cal (Sept. 8); broke up a third-and-1 pass to force an early punt, and later -- with CSU battling to remain within one score at 20-14 -- forced a fumble from Heisman candidate DeSean Jackson after a third-down reception that robbed the Bears of a first down...At Houston (Sept. 22), forced another two fumbles; killed an ominous drive late in the first half, forcing a Donnie Avery fumble recovered by Tommie Hill, then later produced a fumble on a third-quarter punt return...A catalyst in CSU's emotional first win, at UNLV (Oct. 20), registered five tackles (four solo) and defended three passes - two of which he intercepted, in helping his club build a first-half lead it would not relinquish; scored his second career TD when he returned an INT 30 yards for a second-quarter score, then, on the ensuing series, matched his single-game career high with a second interception, ending a long, ominous drive at the Rams' 6-yard line, preventing the Rebels from getting back into the game...One play prior to the UNLV interception, made an acrobatic move in his own end zone to deflect an Omar Clayton pass out of the arms of intended receiver Aaron Straiten, taking away a touchdown...Against Utah (Oct. 27), broke up two passes, including a third-down attempt that forced the Utes to settle for a second-quarter field goal...At BYU (Nov. 3), picked up his first career sack, on a corner blitz in the first quarter, forcing a fumble recovered by the Cougars; also broke up two passes, including a third-down attempt that made BYU punt...Left early at New Mexico (Nov. 10) with an injury, but soon returned and played the balance of the contest...In win over Georgia Southern (Nov. 17), with the Eagles rallying in the final two minutes, broke up a deep pass near the Rams' goal line...In collegiate finale, vs. Wyoming (Nov. 23), broke up three passes, including two on one second-quarter drive; later in the same quarter, dropped Greg Bolling on third down at midfield to force a punt and preserve a Rams lead, then in the third quarter with CSU protecting a 20-14 advantage, broke up another pass before making a third-down stop on the ensuing snap to force a Cowboys punt. 2006 (Junior): Started at cornerback in all 12 games, finishing first on the team with three interceptions, and fifth in total tackles...Recorded three total tackles vs. San Diego State...Recorded seven total tackles vs. TCU...Was second on the team with nine total tackles vs. Utah...Was third on the team with seven total tackles, and also had an interception, vs. BYU...Made three tackles and had one pass breakup vs. New Mexico...Collected a career-best nine stops, against Air Force...Had two total tackles, one for loss, and one pass breakup vs. UNLV...Had two interceptions and one pass breakup vs. Fresno State...Was tied for second on the team in tackles with four vs. Weber State. 2005 (Sophomore): Made four tackles, one for loss, broke up a pass and blocked a field goal at UNLV...Had five stops against San Diego State...Ranked second on the team with seven takedowns against TCU...Had six stops against New Mexico...Made his second interception in as many weeks against Wyoming and returned it 27 yards for CSU's first touchdown on the day...Had his first career interception and made three tackles against BYU...Made three stops against Utah...Ranked second on the team with eight tackles against Air Force...Made four tackles (one TFL) vs. Nevada...Sat out against Minnesota due to injury...Had three tackles before leaving the game with a concussion against Colorado. 2004 (Freshman): Had first collegiate tackle, at Southern Cal. 2003: Redshirted. High School: Earned varsity letter awards in three sports at Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif., including three in football, one each in basketball and track...Played for prep coach Larry Conan...Named the league's Defensive Player of the Year in 2002...A two-time first-team all-conference performer...Named to all-CIF team as a senior...Led school to 7-4 final record and playoff berth as a senior...Paced the team in receiving in 2002...Also recruited by Fresno State and Oregon...Has been clocked at 4.4 in the 40-yard dash...Selected to play in California Shrine all-star game. Personal: Born Dec. 27, 1984, in San Pedro, Calif. ...Son of Darryl Williams and Annie McGowan...Has one brother and one sister...Full name: Darryl Anthony Williams...Majoring in liberal arts.
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