- CFPA KR Performer of the Week – Honorable Mention (11/9/13)
Promising corner who should battle for a starting position this season after playing in 26 games over the last two seasons … Good speed and size will make him a good fit at either corner spot.
Played in all 14 games, earning starts in five … Finished the regular season with 32 tackles (16 solo, 16 assists) while tallying a tackle for loss and four pass break-ups … Career-high five tackles at Tennessee (Nov. 22) … Had four tackles against both Arkansas (Nov. 28) and Vanderbilt (Oct. 25) … Career-high two pass break-ups against Toledo … Had back-to-back games with a 0.5 tackle for loss at Tennessee (Nov. 22) and against Arkansas (Nov. 28).
Saw action in 12 games, getting more reps as the season went on, and ended with 14 tackles, 3 pass break ups and an interception … Closed the season by making a career-high 3 tackles in the Cotton Bowl win over Oklahoma State … Fell on a Texas A&M fumble during a punt return, stripped by Morgan Steward, to continue Mizzou’s takeaway streak at 42 consecutive games … returned a kickoff at Kentucky for 62 yards to setup a score on Nov. 9 … that 62 yard return was the longest of the year for the Tiger kick return unit … had a season-best three tackles in the win at No. 24 Ole Miss (Nov. 23) … recorded the first interception of his Mizzou career late in the second quarter of in the game vs. South Carolina (Oct. 26) … broke up two passes while filling into a depleted secondary during the win at No. 7 Georgia (Oct. 12).
Came to Mizzou rated by ESPN in the Athlete class, where they put him as the No. 105-rated prospect in the nation … was a first-Team All-District selection as a senior, as well as being named his team’s Co-MVP, and the team’s Offensive MVP … grabbed a pair of interceptions on defense for Marshall in 2011 and also caught 28 passes for 420 yards and nine touchdowns, while he also threw for one score and ran a punt and a kickoff back for touchdowns … made 20 tackles as a junior and broke up seven passes …transferred from Sharpstown High School, where he made 90 tackles, nine interceptions and seven pass deflections over two seasons … high school coach – James Williams.
Parents – Kendrick Williams & Don Pickens … plans to study business at Mizzou… chose Mizzou over Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Minnesota, San Diego State and Indiana, among others … cited the personal touch of Mizzou’s coaches, as well as the football program’s impressive graduation rate as major reasons for coming to MU.