Avery Williams was born on July 15, 1998, to Pam Veasey and Marvin Williams. He was raised in Pasadena, California, and began his high school career at Saint Francis before moving to JSerra Catholic High School before his senior year.
Williams was an All-Area selection at defensive back and co-Most Valuable Player of the Trinity League as a senior after rushing for 1,175 yards and 14 offensive touchdowns. He was awarded a preferred walk-on spot on the Boise State football team despite not receiving any scholarship offers to play college football.
Williams was a walk-on for the football team at Boise State and redshirted his first year. During his redshirt year, he was named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Year. He was also given a scholarship at the 2017 fall preseason training camp.
During his redshirt freshman season, Williams started at cornerback, took over as the team’s punt and kick returner, and finished with two interceptions and eight pass breakups. He also returned two punts for touchdowns and was chosen second-team All-Mountain West Conference.
Williams, a redshirt sophomore, earned honorable mention All-Mountain West for his 49 tackles, 11 passes defended, two interceptions, three forced fumbles, and return of a kickoff for a touchdown.
Does Avery Williams Have Any Kids?
The 24 years old is not a father yet. Avery Williams does not post anything on his social media feeds, that shows he has any children. He is much more focused on his career now.