For the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, Jarrid Williams plays offensive lineman in professional football. He is 140 kg and 1.98 m tall. He attended Cedar Hill High School, where he played high school football and won varsity letters for two years. He was a defensive player for the football team and recorded 109 tackles overall.
In 2014, he was named to the second team all-district. He attended the University of Houston where he played collegiate football for the Houston Cougars football team as a two-star recruit fresh out of high school. He participated in eight games as a redshirt freshman in 2016 and made three appearances in 2017.
He played in 13 games in 2018 and was given a starting position. Before his 2019 season was cut short by an injury, he made four starts. He switched in June 2020, playing for the Miami Hurricanes football team at the University of Miami. As a senior redshirting, he began every game for Miami. In 2021, he made known that he would play seven collegiate football seasons.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed Williams as an undrafted free agent after he was not selected in the 2022 NFL Draft. Williams was released in July 2022, and on August 7 of that same year, he came back. On August 23, he was given his second release, and the next day, the Eagles signed him to their practice squad. He was then let go once more on September 16.
Where Is Jarrid Williams From?
Jarrid Williams is from Cedar Hill, Texas in the United States of America.