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Brandon Williams
DT #98
Height:
6-1
Weight:
335
Age:
26
College:
Missouri-Southern State
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2015 PRE):

TCKL
6
SCK
0.0
FF
0
INT
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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 52 27 25 1.5 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 2 2
2014 BAL 16 14 46 24 22 0.5 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1
2013 BAL 7 0 6 3 3 1.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Brandon Williams was selected by the Ravens in the third round (94th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

CAREER

  • Saw action in all 16 games (14 starts) and posted career highs in tackles (48), solo stops (25), FFs (2), FRs (1) and added a half-sack (-4.5 yards) for a defense that finished second in the league (tied with Philadelphia) with 49 sacks (Buffalo - 54) in 2014...Ravens also allowed the sixth-fewest points per game (18.9) in 2014

  • Started and contributed career highs in total tackles (6) and solo stops (4) at Cin. (10/26/14)

  • Started his first-career game and had 2 tackles for a defense that held the Bengals to 29% (4-of-14) on third down and allowed just 3.0 yards per carry (9/7/14)

  • Recorded his first-career sack (-5 yards) at Pit. (10/20/13) and his first-career tackle at Mia. (10/6/13)

  • Played in his first-career NFL game and recorded his first-career FR, which led to a Ravens’ TD, at Buf. (9/29/13)

2014: (16/14, 2/2) Posted career highs in tackles (48), solo stops (25), FFs (2), FRs (1) and added a half-sack (-4.5 yards) for a defense that finished second in the league (tied with Philadelphia) with 49 sacks (Buffalo - 54)...Ravens allowed the sixth-fewest points per game (18.9) in 2014

  • Started both postseason games, totaling 7 tackles (5 solo) and 1 sack (-9 yards) for a defense that produced 7 sacks and allowed just 82 rushing yards in two playoff games

  • Started and had 5 tackles for a defense that posted a season-high 8 sacks and held the Jaguars to 28% (5 of 18) on third down in game 14 vs. Jax. (12/14)

  • Started and contributed career highs in total tackles (6) and solo stops (4) in game 8 at Cin. (10/26)

  • Started and posted 5 tackles and a half-sack (-4.5 yards), for a defense that held the Buccaneers to 87 yards rushing and 17% (2-of-12) on third down in game 6 at TB (10/12)

  • Started his first-career game and produced 2 tackles for a defense that held the Bengals to 29% (4-of-14) on third down and allowed just 3.0 yards per carry in the season opener vs. Cin. (9/7)

2013: (7/0)Produced 6 tackles, 1 sack (-5 yards) and 1 FR as a backup along the D-line in his rookie year

    • Recorded his first-career sack (-5 yards) in game 7 at Pit. (10/20)
    • Posted a 2 tackles in game 6 vs. GB (10/13)

    • Recorded his first-career tackle (a TFL) for a defense that allowed 22 rushing yards (fourth fewest by an opponent in franchise history) in game 5 at Mia. (10/6)

    • Played in his first-career NFL game (missed the first three contests with a toe injury) and recorded his first-career FR (that led to a Ravens’ TD three plays later) for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in game 4 at Buf. (9/29)


College: Played in 42 games (30 starts), recording 191 tackles (87 solo), 52.5 TFL (-238 yards), 27 sacks (-166 yards), 14 PD and 6 FFs...His 27 career sacks are a Missouri Southern State school record, while his 52.5 career TFL are also a school best...Was the MIAA Defensive Player of the Year after starting all 11 games, finishing second on the team with a career-high 68 tackles (31 solo) and led the Lions with a career-best 5 FFs...Also led the team with 16.5 TFL (-58 yards) and 8.5 sacks (-39 yards) en route to earning All-American honors...Became the school’s all-time sacks leader after recording his 27th-career QB drop...Started nine games and recorded 35 tackles (19 solo), 16 TFL (-78 yards), 8 sacks (-55 yards) and a career-high 5 PD helping him earn All-American, All-MIAA and All-Region first-team honors as a junior in 2011...His TFL and sack totals not only led the defensive unit, but also each finished tied for fourth on the school’s single-season record list...Led the conference and finished 11th nationally after averaging 1.8 TFL per contest...Was a consensus All-American selection after leading the team with a career-best 17 TFL (-90 yards) and 9 sacks (-63 yards), which ranked third on the school’s single-season record list as he saw action in 11 games (seven starts) as a sophomore in 2010...Ranked fourth on the defense with 50 tackles (23 solo), adding 3 PD and 1 FF...Sat out the 2009 season with a medical redshirt...Played in all 11 games (three starts) as a true freshman in 2008, finishing eighth on the team with 38 tackles (14 solo), adding 3 TFL (-12 yards), 1.5 sacks (-9 yards) and 4 PD.

High School, Personal: Attended Harmony Prep (Cincinnati, OH) in 2007 after first prepping at Rockwood Summit (Fenton, MO) HS, where he earned All-State and All-Suburban South Conference first-team honors as a team captain in 2006...Was also tabbed as the league’s Defensive Player of the Year...Guided the team to a 9-3 finish after posting 99 tackles (54 solo), 7 sacks, 2 FRs and 1 INT as a DT...Also received first-team All-League honors in basketball and threw the discus with the track and field team...Majored in industrial engineering at Missouri Southern...Brandon has a son, Ryder (3).

Community: Supports the Ravens and NFL PLAY 60 initiatives by participating in PLAY 60 assemblies at Essex Elementary School and Baltimore Highlands Elementary School to promote the NFL movement for an active generation...Additionally, in 2013, visited Federal Hill Preparatory School, winner of the NFL Super School title in the Baltimore area, and spoke to students about the importance of eating well and staying active...Joined teammates in support of the NFL’s Salute to Service and PLAY 60 campaign efforts for the second-annual youth football clinic held at Ft. Meade for 200 children whose parents currently serve in the U.S. Military (2014)...Volunteered with Ravens staff and teammates for a build day with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake...Helped with the construction site of 18 new row homes, including three that were funded by the Ravens Foundation and took part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony once the homes were completed...Participated as a judge for the talent show at Magnolia Middle School, put on as part of a presentation for the winner of the 2014 Touchdown for Teachers program…Teamed up with the Maryland Food Bank to take part in an event to raise funds and awareness to battle hunger in Maryland...Joined teammates in visiting patients at Union Memorial Medical Center to uplift their spirits...Continues to support his teammates’ and the organization’s community efforts by attending Lardarius Webb’s annual charity softball game, the Haloti Ngata Family Foundation luau event, the Ravens’ and United Way’s Hometown Huddle event, the Ravens’ Holiday Helpers event and A Purple Evening...Has also served as a celebrity host of the Goodwill Gridiron Halloween party to benefit Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake.

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Brandon Williams was selected by the Ravens in the third round (94th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

CAREER

  • Saw action in all 16 games (14 starts) and posted career highs in tackles (48), solo stops (25), FFs (2), FRs (1) and added a half-sack (-4.5 yards) for a defense that finished second in the league (tied with Philadelphia) with 49 sacks (Buffalo - 54) in 2014...Ravens also allowed the sixth-fewest points per game (18.9) in 2014

  • Started and contributed career highs in total tackles (6) and solo stops (4) at Cin. (10/26/14)

  • Started his first-career game and had 2 tackles for a defense that held the Bengals to 29% (4-of-14) on third down and allowed just 3.0 yards per carry (9/7/14)

  • Recorded his first-career sack (-5 yards) at Pit. (10/20/13) and his first-career tackle at Mia. (10/6/13)

  • Played in his first-career NFL game and recorded his first-career FR, which led to a Ravens’ TD, at Buf. (9/29/13)

2014: (16/14, 2/2) Posted career highs in tackles (48), solo stops (25), FFs (2), FRs (1) and added a half-sack (-4.5 yards) for a defense that finished second in the league (tied with Philadelphia) with 49 sacks (Buffalo - 54)...Ravens allowed the sixth-fewest points per game (18.9) in 2014

  • Started both postseason games, totaling 7 tackles (5 solo) and 1 sack (-9 yards) for a defense that produced 7 sacks and allowed just 82 rushing yards in two playoff games

  • Started and had 5 tackles for a defense that posted a season-high 8 sacks and held the Jaguars to 28% (5 of 18) on third down in game 14 vs. Jax. (12/14)

  • Started and contributed career highs in total tackles (6) and solo stops (4) in game 8 at Cin. (10/26)

  • Started and posted 5 tackles and a half-sack (-4.5 yards), for a defense that held the Buccaneers to 87 yards rushing and 17% (2-of-12) on third down in game 6 at TB (10/12)

  • Started his first-career game and produced 2 tackles for a defense that held the Bengals to 29% (4-of-14) on third down and allowed just 3.0 yards per carry in the season opener vs. Cin. (9/7)

2013: (7/0)Produced 6 tackles, 1 sack (-5 yards) and 1 FR as a backup along the D-line in his rookie year

    • Recorded his first-career sack (-5 yards) in game 7 at Pit. (10/20)
    • Posted a 2 tackles in game 6 vs. GB (10/13)

    • Recorded his first-career tackle (a TFL) for a defense that allowed 22 rushing yards (fourth fewest by an opponent in franchise history) in game 5 at Mia. (10/6)

    • Played in his first-career NFL game (missed the first three contests with a toe injury) and recorded his first-career FR (that led to a Ravens’ TD three plays later) for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in game 4 at Buf. (9/29)


College: Played in 42 games (30 starts), recording 191 tackles (87 solo), 52.5 TFL (-238 yards), 27 sacks (-166 yards), 14 PD and 6 FFs...His 27 career sacks are a Missouri Southern State school record, while his 52.5 career TFL are also a school best...Was the MIAA Defensive Player of the Year after starting all 11 games, finishing second on the team with a career-high 68 tackles (31 solo) and led the Lions with a career-best 5 FFs...Also led the team with 16.5 TFL (-58 yards) and 8.5 sacks (-39 yards) en route to earning All-American honors...Became the school’s all-time sacks leader after recording his 27th-career QB drop...Started nine games and recorded 35 tackles (19 solo), 16 TFL (-78 yards), 8 sacks (-55 yards) and a career-high 5 PD helping him earn All-American, All-MIAA and All-Region first-team honors as a junior in 2011...His TFL and sack totals not only led the defensive unit, but also each finished tied for fourth on the school’s single-season record list...Led the conference and finished 11th nationally after averaging 1.8 TFL per contest...Was a consensus All-American selection after leading the team with a career-best 17 TFL (-90 yards) and 9 sacks (-63 yards), which ranked third on the school’s single-season record list as he saw action in 11 games (seven starts) as a sophomore in 2010...Ranked fourth on the defense with 50 tackles (23 solo), adding 3 PD and 1 FF...Sat out the 2009 season with a medical redshirt...Played in all 11 games (three starts) as a true freshman in 2008, finishing eighth on the team with 38 tackles (14 solo), adding 3 TFL (-12 yards), 1.5 sacks (-9 yards) and 4 PD.

High School, Personal: Attended Harmony Prep (Cincinnati, OH) in 2007 after first prepping at Rockwood Summit (Fenton, MO) HS, where he earned All-State and All-Suburban South Conference first-team honors as a team captain in 2006...Was also tabbed as the league’s Defensive Player of the Year...Guided the team to a 9-3 finish after posting 99 tackles (54 solo), 7 sacks, 2 FRs and 1 INT as a DT...Also received first-team All-League honors in basketball and threw the discus with the track and field team...Majored in industrial engineering at Missouri Southern...Brandon has a son, Ryder (3).

Community: Supports the Ravens and NFL PLAY 60 initiatives by participating in PLAY 60 assemblies at Essex Elementary School and Baltimore Highlands Elementary School to promote the NFL movement for an active generation...Additionally, in 2013, visited Federal Hill Preparatory School, winner of the NFL Super School title in the Baltimore area, and spoke to students about the importance of eating well and staying active...Joined teammates in support of the NFL’s Salute to Service and PLAY 60 campaign efforts for the second-annual youth football clinic held at Ft. Meade for 200 children whose parents currently serve in the U.S. Military (2014)...Volunteered with Ravens staff and teammates for a build day with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake...Helped with the construction site of 18 new row homes, including three that were funded by the Ravens Foundation and took part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony once the homes were completed...Participated as a judge for the talent show at Magnolia Middle School, put on as part of a presentation for the winner of the 2014 Touchdown for Teachers program…Teamed up with the Maryland Food Bank to take part in an event to raise funds and awareness to battle hunger in Maryland...Joined teammates in visiting patients at Union Memorial Medical Center to uplift their spirits...Continues to support his teammates’ and the organization’s community efforts by attending Lardarius Webb’s annual charity softball game, the Haloti Ngata Family Foundation luau event, the Ravens’ and United Way’s Hometown Huddle event, the Ravens’ Holiday Helpers event and A Purple Evening...Has also served as a celebrity host of the Goodwill Gridiron Halloween party to benefit Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake.

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