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Jordan Williams is an American football outside linebacker who is a free agent. He played his senior season of high school football at Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Florida.

In addition, the composite rating on, which takes into consideration the ratings of all of the other major recruiting agencies in the country, ranked him both as a three-star recruit and as the No. 40 strongside defensive end in the country. He was also rated as a three-star recruit.

Jordan Williams

In October of 2010, he gave his word that he will play college football for Tennessee.

Other educational institutions, such as Arkansas, North Carolina State University, the University of Oregon, the University of South Florida, Vanderbilt, Syracuse, Maryland, Duke, Louisville, Iowa State University, Troy University, the University of Central Florida, Michigan State University, and Marshall, extended him scholarship offers as well.

Between the years 2011 and 2014, Williams was a member of the University of Tennessee’s football team, the Tennessee Volunteers, and played for head coaches Derek Dooley and Butch Jones.

At the University of Tennessee, he focused his studies on arts and sciences. He was awarded the Horne Athletic Scholarship as a result of his athletic accomplishments.

Jordan Williams Parents: Meet Angela Bent-Williams and Keith Williams

American football outside linebacker Jordan Williams was born to his parents Angela Bent-Williams (mother) and Keith Williams (father).

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