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Name: *Javonte Williams 
College: North Carolina     Number: 25
Height: 5-10   Weight: 212
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2021

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.57
  40 High: 4.65
Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5095
Weight: 212

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Dates: 03/29/21
Hand: 09 3/8  Arm: 30 7/8
Wingspan: 74 7/8

Height: 5095
Weight: 212
40 Yrd Dash: 4.57
20 Yrd Dash: 2.63
10 Yrd Dash: 1.60
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 22
Vertical Jump: 36
Broad Jump: 10'03"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.09
3-Cone Drill: 6.93

40 Time Range: 4.55-4.58/Projected 4.46/-8 LBs
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 2ndC...12-27-20 - Entering 2021 NFL Draft...DoakWalkerSemifinalist/MaxwellSemifinalist...PDoak...2019: HMC

 *Javonte Williams, North Carolina, Player News


  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): RB - Javonte Williams, North Carolina, 145,...Williams was the other half of UNC's dynamic backfield duo alongside Carter. Williams set a program record with 22 touchdowns and rushed for 1,140 yards in his junior season. He ranks second in the nation in total TDs and his 103.6 rushing yards per game is third in the conference. - North Carolina Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
News Source: North Carolina Football
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  North Carolina running back Javonte Williams announced on his Instagram account that he will not play in the Orange Bowl against Texas A&M in order to began preparation for the NFL draft. The junior from Wallace was the fourth major contributor for the Tar Heels to decide against playing in the Jan. 2 game. UNC coach Mack Brown said last week that Williams was practicing with the team while he was still gathering information about his draft status. Williams decision leaves Carolina's high-scoring offense without three of its 1,000-yard gainers from this season. Williams joined Carter and Dyami Brown, the first receiver in program history with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, as the major offensive contributors who will skip the game. - Raleigh News Observer

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  DEC 13 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FBS CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Javonte Williams – Junior, Running Back, Wallace, NC/Wallace-Rose Hill HS,...Michael Carter (24-308, 2 TD's) and Javonte Williams (23-236, 3 TD's) combined for a NCAA-record 544 rushing yards as 17th-ranked North Carolina defeated 10th-ranked Miami, 62-26. It was the seventh time in NCAA history that two teammates rushed for 200+ yards in a game. The Tar Heels improved to 8-3 with the victory. Notes: Michael Carter and Javonte Williams are the fifth and sixth UNC players to earn Walter Camp National Player of the Week honors since 2004, and the third this season joining teammate Sam Howell (Nov. 15). - The Walter Camp Football Foundation

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  Michael Carter and Javonte Williams set an NCAA record by combining for 544 yards rushing, and No. 20 North Carolina embarrassed No. 9 Miami 62-26 on Saturday in the regular-season finale for both teams. Carter ran for 308 yards and two touchdowns, while Williams had 236 yards and three touchdowns for the Tar Heels (8-3, 7-3 Atlantic Coast Conference). Per the NCAA, it was the seventh time that two teammates each ran for at least 200 yards, the first since 2016 and the first such instance in ACC history. And the numbers only got worse for Miami (8-2, 7-2). Carter and Williams's combined total topped the NCAA's listed FBS record for teammates, set on Nov. 30 when Jaret Patterson (409) and Kevin Marks (97) rushed for 506 for Buffalo against Kent State.

North Carolina finished with 778 yards - the most ever yielded by Miami and a Tar Heels record - and 554 yards rushing, also the most allowed in Hurricanes history. Sam Howell threw for a score, ran for a score and caught a TD pass for the Tar Heels. It was the third-most points allowed in Miami history, the most since 66 for Syracuse in 1998. The record is 70 by Texas A&M in 1944. D'Eriq King completed 18 of 30 passes for 239 yards and two touchdowns for Miami, which had won five in a row and probably lost any hope of playing in the Orange Bowl. It was 34-10 at the half, and North Carolina kept the ball for 7 minutes, 36 seconds on the opening drive of the third quarter - chewing up clock and adding to the margin when Howell stretched the tip of the ball onto the goal line for another Tar Heel touchdown, capping a 13-play drive. - North Carolina/AP College Football


(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  2020 DOAK WALKER AWARD SEMIFINALIST: Javonte Williams (Jr.), North Carolina,...Williams is the only player nationally that boasts more than 900 rushing yards and 300 receiving yards this season. Williams' 120.9 scrimmage yards per game is third in the ACC. - North Carolina Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  2020 MAXWELL AWARD SEMIFINALIST: RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina,...Williams, the running back from Wallace, N.C., has burst onto the college football landscape in his junior season and finds himself as one of 10 semifinalists for the Doak Walker Award and joins Howell on the Maxwell Award list. Williams, the most elusive running back in the nation with 63 avoided tackles in 2020, sits second in the nation with 19 total touchdowns and 60 first downs. - North Carolina Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
News Source: North Carolina Football
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  North Carolina's Javonte Williams scored four touchdowns in a 56-24 win at Duke and leads the nation with 17 (14 rushing, three receiving). All of Williams' TDs against Duke came in the first half, making him the first Carolina player since Kelvin Bryant in 1981 to score four times in the first two quarters. - AP College Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  Javonte Williams scored four first-half touchdowns and North Carolina rolled past Duke 56-24 on Saturday afternoon. Sam Howell threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another score for the Tar Heels (5-2, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who were playing without a national ranking for the first time this season. Just like last month, they responded from a three-point loss to whip a neighboring rival, with North Carolina State the previous victim. Williams gained 151 rushing yards on 12 carries as part of North Carolina's output of 573 yards of total offense. Backfield mate Michael Carter scored two touchdowns, posting 85 yards on the ground on 17 attempts. Howell finished 18-for-27 for 235 yards and an interception. Duke quarterback Chase Brice was 11-for-23 for 155 yards. Teammate Mataeo Durant gained 132 yards on 11 carries, highlighted by a 46-yard touchdown run. The Blue Devils (2-6, 1-6) are guaranteed a losing regular-season record for the third time in five seasons. - AP College Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  Javonte Williams ran for 160 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 14 North Carolina beat No. 23 North Carolina State 48-21 in Saturday's renewal of the longtime state rivalry. Michael Carter ran for 106 yards and a score of his own for the Tar Heels (4-1, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who used a run-through-and-over-tacklers ground game that helped them take control in the third quarter. "I said it earlier in the year and they reinforce it every week: I think they're probably the best combination of two backs in the country," UNC coach Mack Brown said, adding: "When we get them going, the rest of it works." UNC ran for 326 yards and finished with 578 overall, bouncing back from an upset loss at Florida State to beat the Wolfpack (4-2, 4-2) by a lopsided margin for the second straight season. Williams had three touchdowns in last year's 41-10 win, then had a pair of short TD runs as UNC ran off 21 straight points after leading just 17-7 at halftime. He punctuated another big rivalry performance by blowing through a huge hole up front, then cutting past multiple defenders to the pylon for a 27-yard score that made it 45-14 with 14:11 left. Sam Howell threw for 252 yards and a TD for the Tar Heels, while Dyami Brown had 105 yards on a career-best seven catches. - North Carolina/AP College Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  SEPT 12 WEEK 2 STARS: Javonte Williams, North Carolina, ran for three fourth-quarter TDs and the No. 18 Tar Heels overcame a mistake-filled performance to beat Syracuse 31-6. - AP College Football

(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  Javonte Williams ran for three fourth-quarter touchdowns and No. 18 North Carolina overcame a mistake-filled performance to beat Syracuse 31-6 on Saturday in the season opener for both teams. Michael Carter added 138 yards of total offense for the Tar Heels (1-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who won in an empty home stadium after the school opted to open with no fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Tar Heels opened with a touchdown drive only to sputter well into the third quarter in a performance plagued by turnovers and penalties. But they gradually settled into a rhythm, looking much more like the team expected to be a contender in the ACC race. By the fourth quarter, they were rolling, with Williams scoring from 1 yard out on the first play of the period followed by a 6-yard score on the next drive. And by the time he bounced off a tackler and scored on another 6-yard run, the Tar Heels had turned a 10-6 lead into a 25-point margin. - North Carolina/AP College Football


(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: Javonte Williams (Jr.), North Carolina,...North Carolina standouts Michael Carter and Javonte Williams are listed as preseason candidates for the Doak Walker Award, the annual award presented to the nation's top college running back by the PwC SMU Athletic Forum. Williams, who hails from Wallace, North Carolina, had a breakout sophomore campaign in 2019 by rushing for 933 yards and five TDs. - North Carolina Football

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  As the 2019 football season progressed, UNC fans became accustomed to seeing Javonte Williams running around and, mostly, over opponents. Williams appeared in all 13 games, starting one, and finished second on the team with 933 yards rushing. His five rushing touchdowns led the Tar Heels, and along with Michael Carter (team leading 1,003 rushing yards) provided one of the best backfields in the league.

Williams emerging as an ACC caliber running back in his second season was a good sign for UNC and the future. It's hard to believe after seeing Williams bounce off of helpless defenders like rubber, one after another, that he started the season not knowing where he would fit in. "At the beginning of the year I felt like I was lacking confidence, not knowing if I was going to play a lot," Williams told the media on a Zoom call Tuesday afternoon. "As the season went on I feel like I had a role in the offense and my confidence grew." - Raleigh News Observer


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  2019 ALL-ACC HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB - Javonte Williams, North Carolina; 22,...Williams finished the regular season having rushed for 848 yards (5.6 ypc) and five TDs, while catching 14 passes for 152 yards and a score. His 70.7 rushing yards per game rank seventh in the ACC and his 5.6 yards per carry average ranks sixth out of the league's top 10 rushers. Overall, Williams posted 1,000 all-purpose yards between his rushing and receiving numbers. - North Carolina Football

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  North Carolina is headed back to a bowl game in the first year of Mack Brown's second stint as coach after Javonte Williams scored two touchdowns rushing and another receiving in the third quarter Saturday night to spark a 41-10 win over rival N.C. State. The Tar Heels (6-6, 4-4 ACC) trailed 10-6 at halftime before Williams busted free up the middle for a 26-yard scoring run on UNC's second possession of the second half to give his team the lead for good. On the Tar Heels' next two possessions, Williams caught an 11-yard flare pass for a touchdown and scored on a 6-yard run as UNC stretched its lead.

N.C. State (4-8, 1-7) finished the season on a six-game losing streak despite scoring the only touchdown of the first half on a 39-yard pass from Devin Leary to Tabari Hines. The Wolfpack held UNC to 24 rushing yards and two field goals in the first half as Williams managed just seven yards on four carries. But a four-touchdown outburst by the Tar Heels in the third quarter turned the game into a rout. UNC intercepted Leary twice and recovered a Zonovan Knight fumble for three takeaways in the quarter. Williams rushed for 51 yards and two touchdowns on five carries in the quarter and added three catches for 42 yards and another score. - North Carolina/AP College Football


(DS#3 RB) Jr/2021 RB *Javonte WilliamsNorth Carolina
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