39 Tyler Williams
39 - Tyler Williams
Height: 5-11
Weight: 261
Year: Sr
Hometown: Hamden, Conn.
High School: Hamden Hall
Position: FB

2012: Played all ten games, starting five. Fullback caught five passes for 46 yards and a touchdown. Averaged 9.2 yards per reception. Also chipped in with a solo tackle and forced fumble. Had four receptions for 34 yards and the one touchdown in NE-10 play, averaging 8.5 yards per catch. Made two catches for 11 yards (5.5/rec) and a score in the Skyhawks five wins. Caught one pass for a season-high 12 yards in season-opener vs. #25 Bloomsburg (8/31). Collected his first career touchdown with a three yard reception in win at Saint Anselm (9/14). Made a season-high two receptions for a season-best 23 yards, including a season-high matching 12 yard catch, at Bentley (9/28).

2011: Played ten games, starting four. Caught two passes for 31 yards, averaging 15.5 yards per reception. Posted his first reception of the season with a one yard grab at Southern Connecticut State (10/29). Posted a season-best 30 yard reception in win over Saint Anselm (11/5).

2010: Played all ten games, starting eight. Fullback caught five passes for 56 yards (11.2 yds/catch). Had two receptions for a career-high 31 yards in win at Curry (9/4). Also caught two passes for 15 yards at American International (9/10).

2009: Appeared in two games. Finished with one tackle.

High School: 2009 graduate of Hamden Hall Country Day School. Letterwinner for coach Ron Carbone, serving as captain. Gained All-League and was asked to play on the New Haven County Team. Earned the Ernie Russ Award and the Unsung Hero Award. Also, earned the All-League Offensive Player award his junior year.

Personal: Born on July 17, 1991, in New Haven, Conn. Son of Ian Williams and Carol Nelson-Williams of Hamden, Conn. Hasa brother, Connor (15). His father, Ian, played football and ran track and field at Southern Connecticut State University. Undecided on academic major at Stonehill. Supports the Dallas Cowboys. Lists Terell Owens as a favorite athlete.