Raekwon Williams
Raekwon  Williams


Jacksonville, FL

High School:
First Coast

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 174


Exercise Science and Health Promotion


Monday Morning with Charlie Partridge

FAU Football Opens its Home Season Sept. 13 versus Tulsa


Football Fell to No. 2 Alabama 41-0

Owls Open Home 7 p.m. Sept. 13 vs Tulsa


Football Completes First Stadium Practice of Fall

Owls wrap up second two-a-day

2014: Saw his first action at No. 2 Alabama...made his collegiate debut by covering an All-American...tallied a team leading eight tackles in the game...recorded four tackles in the home season opener versus Tulsa, all were solo tackles...posted a pass breakup...had three tackles, including two solo at Wyoming...added a tackle in the FAU UTSA win...saw limited action in the FIU contest...had a tackle assist and a pass breakup in FAU's Western Kentucky victory...credited with a solo tackle at No. 23 Marshall...worked into the defensive game plan versus UAB...saw action at UNT...saw action on both special teams and on defense in the Middle Tennessee game....recorded five tackles in the ODU game, the final game of his freshman season...saw action in every game either on defense or special teams...recorded 26 tackles and two pass defensed on the year.

High School:
Played for Coach Culver and Marty Lee at First Coast High School where he recorded 35 tackles, two interceptions, 17 break-ups and blocked a field goal.

Personal: Exercise Science and Health Promotion major...son of Charles and Nikki Williams...born Feb. 3, 1996 in Florence, SC...lists three relatives who played college football including Brandon Bostick who played with the Green Bay Packers.

Game-by-Game Tackles
2014: Nebraska (T: 1-2=3); Alabama (T: 8-0=8); Tulsa (4-0=4); Wyoming (2-1=3); UTSA (1-0=1); Western Kentucky (0-1=1); Marshall (1-0=1); Old Dominion (4-1=5)

Career Highs
Tackles: 8 at Alabama (9/6/14)
Tackles for a Loss:
Passes Defended: 1 Western Kentucky (10/18/14)

2014 Season Game Highs
Tackles: 8 at Alabama (9/6/14)
Tackles for a Loss:
Passes Defend: 1 Tulsa (9/13/14) and Western Kentucky (10/18/14)