Memphis QB Ryan Williams Transfers To Miami
Former Memphis Tigers quarterback Ryan Williams has officially joined the University of Miami football program. Williams only played one season with the Tigers.
Williams, a hometown kid, that played at Miramar High School, enrolled early at Memphis in January of 2010 and worked out with the team during the spring season. Williams was named the Offensive MVP of the Blue-Gray game after completing 15-of-17 pass attempts for 186 yards and three touchdowns.
The 6’6″ 220 former Broward All-County athlete, played in all 12 games, starting 10 and completed 165-of-290 passes for 2,075 yards and 13 touchdowns.
“We are thrilled to have Ryan join our offense,” said offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Jedd Fisch. “He has experience starting as a true freshman at the Division I level, he has led a team to a state high school championship in the state of Florida, and now he is home to help us bring championship-level football back to the U.” ~ HurricaneSports
“With the addition of Ryan Williams, we add toughness, incredible work ethic and smarts on-and- off the field,” said head coach Al Golden. “His innate leadership skills were shown to South Florida as a high school state champion. Those are skills that jump off the film and the reason our entire program is excited to welcome Ryan to the U.” ~ HurricaneSports