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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 12/16/21-Announced Early Entry into 2022 NFL Draft...NAC...2020: NAC...Transfer from USC

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  11/27/20 - WR *Devon WilliamsrJr/2022, Oregon, 6-5, 211 (DS#39 WR) + More +

  "Ya'll saw the explosive plays he was making," fellow receiver Johnny Johnson III said on Tuesday. "That's just a result of how he practiced the last two weeks and the work he's put in every day. We've seen it as a whole group and now you saw it on Saturday." Next up for Williams and the No. 9 Ducks (3-0) is Friday's 4:30 p.m. rivalry game against Oregon State at Reser Stadium in Corvallis. The Beavers (1-2) are plenty familiar with Williams, whose transfer saga last fall first led him to Corvallis. After entering the transfer portal two games into the 2019 season, Williams initially signed with the Beavers, who announced his commitment with great fanfare. Two days later, Williams had second thoughts and switched his commitment to Oregon and he was practicing with the team soon after while utilizing his redshirt season.

Last Saturday, Williams got his first start for the Ducks, filling in for Mycah Pittman, who hasn't played since the season-opening win against Stanford. At 6-foot-5, 205 pounds, the Lancaster, Calif., native gives quarterback Tyler Shough an explosive and big downfield target. "It's definitely a huge advantage just because he's got that long framework where you feel like you can just throw a jump ball and put it pretty much high or anywhere outside the body because he's got that radius for sure," said Shough, who is averaging 291 yards and nearly three TDs a game in his first season as a starter, thanks in no small part to the talent of receivers like Williams. "He's just using his size to his advantage, getting out of breaks and getting jump balls," Shough continued. "He's just getting better every day. All of our wideouts are. I have full confidence in all of them." - Register Guard

(DS#39 WR) rJr/2022 WR *Devon WilliamsOregon
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