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Name: Chase Williams (Transfer from Southern California)
College: San Jose State     Number: 1
Height: 6-1   Weight: 200
Position: FS  Pos2: SS/ST
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.60

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: NAC...2022: HMC...2021: NAC...Transfer from Southern California...2020: NAC



 Chase Williams, San Jose State, Player News


  As the USC defense gathered on the sideline to prepare for the scrimmage at the Coliseum on Saturday, safety Chase Williams was in the middle of the huddle, barking encouragement to his teammates. It was all unprintable, both out of respect for a player delivering private remarks to his team and due to the language involved. But it was another sign of the leadership role that Williams has taken in his fourth season at USC. "I'm really just doing my best to spread energy and get everybody hyped up, get everybody locked in," Williams said after Wednesday's practice. "so I think us being in the circle, that's just a time when we can bring that upon our teammates and our brothers."

Williams has been a seldom-used reserve in his time at USC. Playing behind Talanoa Hufanga (now of the San Francisco 49ers) and Isaiah Pola-Mao, Williams had to bide his time. In 2020, all four of his tackles in the season came in one game. But after Hufanga's departure to the NFL, Williams has established himself as Pola-Mao's new running mate, both as a starter at safety and a leader in the locker room. "When those guys speak, it's almost more powerful than when coaches speak because they actually have been around these guys for longer than we have," defensive coordinator Todd Orlando said. "(Williams has) grown so much from when I first got here. I think he was just kind of feeling himself. But I think he understands what we're all about." - Orange County Register


(DS#30 FS) rSr/2024 FS Chase WilliamsSan Jose State
News Source: Orange County Register
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  Williams has been a seldom-used defensive back in his first three years at USC. He's always been regarded as a cerebral football player, but his body seemed to catch up to his mind during spring practices as he showed off a stronger frame and more physical play style. The competition to replace Talanoa Hufanga will be fierce; Texas transfer Xavion Alford also had a strong spring. But Williams could be ready for a bigger role. - Orange County Register

(DS#30 FS) rSr/2024 FS Chase WilliamsSan Jose State
News Source: Orange County Register
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  The lone USC player to lend his name to a group of Pac-12 football players demanding change affirmed Wednesday he would be willing to join a boycott of the college football season if measures weren't taken to strengthen safety protections for players. But where some Pac-12 participants have taken a more hard-line stance on demands that also include wide-reaching social justice and economic reforms, Chase Williams explained his role in the cause was "more so [about] just pushing for a change, so that we can get back to football." Williams said he has had discussions with USC teammates about sitting out if the group's safety concerns aren't addressed. But the redshirt sophomore defensive back noted several times that they were "not expecting to boycott." "That's not what anybody wants," Williams said. "We want to come together and list demands that we feel like are safe for us." - Los Angeles Times

(DS#30 FS) rSr/2024 FS Chase WilliamsSan Jose State
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