Wpa Wildcatz Sign Former Michigan State,Running Back Delton Williams
"GDFL CERTIFIED PRO PROSPECT"
The 2019 Champions Western Pennsylvania Wildcatz are excited to welcome their first significant signing for the 2020 season! A play maker that can play running back and free safety and will surly help the Wildcatz compete in their new league the Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) and help them keep the winning ways going! From Michigan State! Running back Delton Williams, is a certified GDFL Next Level Pro-Prospect. Interested pro teams from Arena to the NFL are encouraged to contact us for film, stats or tryout information. Our goal is to give every player that meets the strict GDFL guidelines as a pro prospect, every opportunity to elevate their game to the next level.
Delton WilliamsHeight: 6’1. Weight: 228
College: Michigan State
From: Erie Pa
High school: Cathedral Prep
CAREER NOTES: Four-year letterwinner rushed for 631 yards on 125 carries (5.0 avg.) with seven touchdowns in 43 career games . . . also had 10 catches for 107 yards (10.7 avg.) and one TD . . . had six career kick returns for 97 yards (16.2 avg.) . . . had 835 all-purpose yards in his career. 2016 SEASON (SENIOR): Played in all 12 games and made first career start on Senior Day against No. 2 Ohio State . . . had seven rushes for 21 yards (3.0 ypc) and three catches for 47 yards (15.7 avg.) . . . also had four kick returns for 16.5 ypr average . . . tallied three carries for 10 yards and had one catch for 1 yard at No. 8 Penn State . . . had four carries for 11 yards vs. Rutgers . . . tallied two kick returns for 50 yards at Illinois, including a career-long 28-yarder . . . had one catch for 22 yards vs. Northwestern . . . caught his first career touchdown pass on a 24-yard reception at Indiana . . . logged two kick returns for 16 yards at No. 18 Notre Dame, while also seeing limited action on offense . . . made the transition from tailback to fullback in spring practice.
2015 SEASON (JUNIOR): Rushed for 56 yards on 26 carries in nine games . . . rushed four times for 18 yards vs. Penn State . . . returned to action in Week 6 vs. Rutgers after sitting out the first five games of the season . . . scored on a 1-yard touchdown run against Indiana . . . had eight carries for 15 yards at No. 12 Michigan . . . had two carries for 6 yards in the second half against the Scarlet Knights.
2014 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Ranked third on the team with 316 rushing yards on 54 attempts (5.9 avg.) . . . had a career-best five rushing touchdowns, which also ranked third most on the team . . . had four rushes of 20-plus yards . . . also caught three passes for 32 yards (10.7 avg.) . . . recorded 34 rushing yards on six attempts (5.7 avg.) at Maryland . . . had three carries for 20 yards in the victory over Michigan . . . rushed five times for 55 yards (11.0 avg.), including a 22-yard touchdown run, at Indiana . . . averaged 11.0 yards per carry at Purdue (four carries for 44 yards), including a 30-yard gain . . . rushed nine times for 34 yards, including a 4-yard TD run, against Wyoming . . . recorded his first 100-yard rushing game with 103 yards on 10 carries and three TDs, including an 80-yard TD run, vs. Eastern Michigan, and was named Spartan Offensive Player of the Week.
2013 SEASON (FRESHMAN): True freshman appeared in nine games to earn his first letter . . . made his collegiate debut at Iowa . . . ranked third on the team in rushing with 238 yards on 38 carries (26.4 ypg.) . . . averaged 6.3 yards per rush . . . also had two receptions for 13 yards (6.5 avg.) . . . rushed for 78 yards on just five carries (15.6 avg.), including a 42-yard touchdown run, the first of his career, in road win at Illinois . . . collected a season-high 92 rushing yards on 12 carries (7.7 avg.), including a long of 37 yards, against Indiana . . . rushed for 32 yards on nine carries, all in the second half, against the Hawkeyes.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Rated among the nation's top prospects by 247Sports.com (No. 220) . . . ranked among the country's top athletes by 247Sports.com (No. 10), Rivals.com (No. 40) and ESPN.com (No. 45) . . . listed among the nation's top outside linebackers by Scout.com (No. 47) . . . rated among the East's top prospects by ESPN.com (No. 49) . . . named to PrepStar's All-East Team . . . ranked among Pennsylvania's top seniors by ESPN.com (No. 11), 247Sports.com (No. 11) and Rivals.com (No. 14) . . . played defensive back in Pennsylvania's 58-27 win over Maryland on June 15 in the
2013 Big 33 Football Classic . . . three-year starter for Coach Mike Mischler at Cathedral Prep School in Erie, Pennsylvania . . . . first-team all-state selection as a senior by the Pennsylvania Sports Writers and Pennsylvania Football News . . . named
2012 PFN Class AAA Defensive Player of the Year . . . accounted for nearly 2,000 all-purpose yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior while helping the Ramblers to a perfect 15-0 season, including the Class AAA championship and a No. 17 national ranking . . . rushed 88 times for 697 yards (7.9 avg.) and 13 TDs in 2012 . . . had a school-record 59 receptions for 838 yards (14.2 avg.) and 11 scores as a senior . . . recorded 66 tackles, with five for losses including one sack, four interceptions (136 yards) and 16 pass break-ups in 2012 . . . scored TDs five different ways as a senior, including three punt returns, two interception returns and one fumble return . . . accounted for 117 all-purpose yards and produced eight tackles in a 24-14 win over Archbishop Wood in 2012 Class AAA Championship Game . . . caught seven passes for 118 yards and two scores and added a rushing TD vs. West Allegheny . . . scored TDs three different ways (2-yard run, 56-yard punt return and 22-yard fumble return) and recorded a season-high 12 tackles vs. General McLane in District 10 Class AAA final. . . his three carries all resulted in TDs vs. Warren in D-10 Class AAA semifinals . . . carried 10 times for a career-best 205 yards and three TDs in the regular-season meeting vs. General McLane . . . produced 281 all-purpose yards and three TDs on 24 touches (11.7 avg.) vs. McDowell (rushed 12 times for 139 yards and one score; career-best 11 catches for 139 yards and 2 TDs) . . . returned an interception 99 yards for a TD vs. St. Francis (New York) . . . had eight receptions for 114 yards and returned a punt 55 yards for a score vs. Lake Catholic (Ohio) . . . carried 46 times for 314 yards (6.8 avg.) and seven TDs as a junior . . . had 19 catches for 393 yards (20.7 avg.) and three scores in
2011 . . . totaled 32 tackles (16 solos, 16 assists) as a junior . . . had six receptions for a career-best 177 yards vs. Bradford, including a 90-yard TD grab . . . rushed seven times for 105 yards and three TDs and scored on a 79-yard kickoff return vs. Strong Vincent . . . posted a career-best 91 tackles (49 solos, 42 assists) and two interceptions (78 yards) as a sophomore . . . also credited with five passes defended, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in
2010 . . . caught 10 passes for 208 yards (20.8 avg.) as a sophomore . . . reached double-figure tackles in three games, including a career-best 13 stops vs. Grove City . . . his 92 career receptions set a school record . . . scored 47 career TDs
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