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Williams attended the University of Memphis, where he was a first-team All-American and received the ARA Sportsmanship Award in 2005. With 34 100-yard rushing games, Williams set an NCAA record. The Carolina Panthers selected him 27th overall in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Williams was a Panthers player from 2006 to 2014 before signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2009 during his NFL career. In 2008, he led the NFL in rushing touchdowns and was named a second-team All-Pro.
Williams has single-game rushing touchdowns, single-game rushing yards, season rushing yards, season rushing touchdowns, and total touchdowns for the Carolina Panthers. He is the Panthers’ all-time leading rusher in terms of attempts, yards, and touchdowns. Williams signed a five-year, $43 million contract in 2010.
|Real Name/Full Name||DeAngelo Chondon Williams|
|Nick Name/Celebrated Name:||DeAngelo Williams|
|Date Of Birth/Birthday:||Apr 25, 1983|
|Height/How Tall:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Weight:||215 lb (98 kg)|
|Parents Name:||Sandra Hill, Odell Hill|
|College:||University of Memphis|
|Wife/Spouse Name:||Risalyn Williams|
|Kids/Children Name:||Rhiya Williams|
|Profession:||American football player, Athlete|
|Net Worth:||$16 million|
Career And Awards
Williams lettered in track and field. He still holds the state 4A record in the 100-meter dash, clocking in at 10.81 seconds. He helped Wynne finish second in the 2001 state track and field championships.
Williams, who attended Wynne High School in Wynne, Arkansas, was regarded as the best running back in the state of Arkansas in 2001. With a broken bone in his foot, he missed the majority of his sophomore season. As a junior, he rushed for 1,044 yards and scored 14 touchdowns, earning him a spot on the Arkansas All-State team in 2000.
As a senior, he rushed for a single-season record of 2,204 yards and 34 touchdowns while leading his team to the state 4A championship, averaging 10.4 yards per carry.
In four playoff games, he rushed for 939 yards and six touchdowns, including 26 carries for 302 yards and six touchdowns against Greenwood; in the state championship game against Stuttgart, he rushed for 194 yards on 24 attempts, scoring two rushing touchdowns, one receiving touchdown, and one return touchdown. In 2001, he was named Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Offensive Player of the Year and was named to the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team.
Williams returned in the 2004 season opener against Mississippi after missing the previous two regular-season games and the New Orleans Bowl.
With 118 rushing yards, he extended his streak of 11 consecutive games with over 100 rushing yards, which he began in 2004, and he had a career-high 37 attempts. Williams gained 136 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, 87 receiving yards, and a touchdown reception against Chattanooga.
His four touchdowns in a single game set a career-high. His streak ended a few weeks later, at 13 when UAB limited him to 92 yards rushing.
Williams’ junior season was cut short after he broke his leg while playing for Bowling Green. He finished his junior year leading the nation with 22 rushing touchdowns and second with 1,948 rushing yards. He was named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year for the second year in a row.