David Williams
Running BackRB
Arkansas Razorbacks
2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for David Williams in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Three touchdowns in final collegiate game
RBArkansas
November 26, 2017
Williams rushed 11 times for 75 yards and two touchdowns Saturday against Mizzou, while also catching two balls for 38 yards and another score in the 48-45 loss.
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The graduate transfer from UNC had his best collegiate season for the Razorbacks, rushing for 656 yards and eight touchdowns. He also caught 10 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns out of the backfield.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring David Williams
Conference Preview: SEC: Downtown A.J. Brown
311 days ago
Jesse Siegel keeps our Conference Preview Series rolling with a look at the SEC, where Ole Miss' A.J. Brown is primed to further cement himself as college football's top receiver.
CFB Waiver Wire: Players to Pick Up Week 9
October 23, 2017
Nick Grays mines the waiver wire for hidden gems, including SMU quarterback Ben Hicks, who has one of the best receiving tandems in the nation at his disposal.
SEC Preview: Transfers for Texas A&M
August 1, 2016
The Texas A&M Aggies snagged two transfers from Oklahoma -- RB Keith Ford (pictured) and QB Trevor Knight -- both of whom are fantasy sleepers.
Position Units: Strong Plays for Week 6
October 3, 2013
Dominique Williams and the Washington State receiving corps look to have a great opportunity to produce this week against a woeful Cal defense.
2016 Fantasy Outlook
Williams has been largely buried on the depth chart for his first two seasons in Columbia, but with Brandon Wilds moving onto the NFL, he will finally get his shot to be the Gamecocks’ featured back this year. He had trouble finding room to run last year in limited action, averaging a meager 3.48 YPC over 86 carries, but his 5.69 YPC mark as a redshirt freshman suggests that the talent is there. What’s more, South Carolina’s offense as a whole was a mess in 2015, but a new coaching staff should give the unit a fresh start. With South Carolina likely breaking in a freshman quarterback as its starter, the coaching staff will likely turn to Williams early and often to take the pressure off the young signal caller. South Carolina also had injuries all over the offensive line last season, but that resulted in young players gaining valuable experience. An improved offensive line in an improved offense should pay dividends for Williams as he takes over as the featured back, though the general theme with the South Carolina offense will likely remain dysfunction.
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Leading rusher once again despite loss
RBArkansas
November 19, 2017
Williams rushed eight times for 75 yards and a touchdown against Mississippi State on Saturday.
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Leading rusher in losing cause
RBArkansas
November 14, 2017
Williams rushed 13 times for 81 yards at LSU on Saturday.
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Leading rusher in dismal loss
RBArkansas
October 23, 2017
Williams rushed 14 times for 86 yards against Auburn on Saturday.
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Finds end zone in blowout loss
RBArkansas
October 8, 2017
Williams rushed seven times for 32 yards and a touchdown Saturday at South Carolina.
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15 carries in win
RBArkansas
October 1, 2017
Williams rushed 15 times for 47 yards against New Mexico State on Saturday.
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