In the National Football League, James Smith-Williams represents the Washington Commanders as a defensive end. He weighs 120 kg, and he is 1.9 m tall. The Millbrook High School football team used him as an outside linebacker. He recorded 146 tackles, 19 sacks, and 36 tackles for loss as a senior, as well as over 70 tackles and 10 tackles for a loss as a junior.
He shared the record for the most sacks at the university in a season with 19 total. He was a 3-star recruit straight out of high school who picked North Carolina State University over offers from other universities to play NCAA football for the Wolfpack.
Before suffering a season-ending injury as a freshman in 2015, he played in the first four games. He made 36 tackles, six sacks, and nine tackles for a loss last season. During his time in college, he participated in 29 games and made 82 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, 8 sacks, and 3 pass deflections.
He is seeking a graduate degree in policy analysis and already holds a business supply chain management degree. Smith-Williams was selected by the Washington Commanders Football Team with the 229th overall choice in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He signed a four-year rookie deal in July that year.
Does James Smith-Williams Have Any Kids?
No. James Smith-Williams has no children currently.