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Brennan Williams
OT #73
Height:
6-6
Weight:
314
College:
North Carolina
Experience:
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Twitter: @GREATBLACKOTAKU

TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by the Houston Texans with the 89th overall pick and 27th pick of the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 26, 2013...Signed by the Texans on July 23, 2013...Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 31, 2013.

2013 (Houston 0/0):
Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 31 with a hamstring injury

TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by the Houston Texans with the 89th overall pick and 27th pick of the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 26, 2013...Signed by the Texans on July 23, 2013...Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 31, 2013.

2013 (Houston 0/0):
Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 31 with a hamstring injury

Career Notes:
In 21 games as the starting right offensive tackle for North Carolina, Williams registered 108 knockdowns and 15 touchdown-resulting blocks
Teammates in 2009 and 2010 with current Houston Texans QB T.J. Yates at North Carolina

2012 (Senior):
Earned honorable mention All-ACC accolades from the league’s coaches for his play at right tackle
With Williams on the field for the first eight games, North Carolina allowed just five sacks, but in four games without him in the lineup, his replacements yielded six sacks
Helped North Carolina finish 14th in the FBS rankings and second in the ACXC with an average of 485.6 yards per game, as their average of 40.6 points scored was also second-best in the conference and eighth in the country
Graded out at 87 percent with nine knockdowns in the win at Miami
Had a season-best 23 knockdowns and helped pave the way for 339 rushing yards in the win over Virginia Tech
Added four knockdowns in 16 snaps vs. Idaho
Played 62 snaps with four knockdowns vs. East Carolina and was on the field for all 64 snaps at Louisville and finished with 10 knockdown blocks
Had a team-high 14 knockdowns in 82 plays at Wake Forest
Saw action on 39 snaps with six knockdowns vs. Elon

2011 (Junior):
Appeared in all 13 games, grading 81 percent for the season on 667 total snaps at right tackle
Finished with 30 regular-season knockdowns, third-best on the team, as he helped pave the way for Giovani Bernard to gain 1,253 rushing yards, the first time a Tar Heel back rushed for more than 1,000 yards since 1997
Helped the team’s passing attack average 254.4 yards per game, as the front wall allowed 27 sacks for losses of 206 yards
Played 56 snaps vs. Duke, grading out at 82 percent
On the field for 54 snaps and graded 78 percent at North Carolina State
Posted an 83 percent mark and had four knockdowns at Clemson
Saw action on 55 snaps and graded 85 percent with three knockdowns
Graded out at a team-best 92 percent on 44 snaps vs. Louisville and produced four knockdowns with an 84 percent grade vs. East Carolina
Graded out at 83 percent on 46 snaps at Georgia Tech and posted five knockdowns in just 39 snaps vs. Virginia
Played 38 snaps vs. James Madison and graded 83 percent with four knock-downs


2010 (Sophomore):
Appeared in 10 contests as a reserve at right offensive tackle
Played 108 snaps and helped the Tar Heels rank 26th in the nation with an average of 264.0 yards per game passing
Saw action on 19 snaps in the Music City Bowl victory against Tennessee
Graded out at 75 percent on nine snaps with a knockdown vs. East Carolina
Had a knockdown at Rutgers and graded 75 percent vs. Georgia Tech
Played 22 snaps vs. Louisiana State and graded a team-high 80 percent

2009 (Freshman):
As a true freshman, was on the field for only 78 snaps while playing in six games, including the Meineke Car Care Bowl vs. Pittsburgh
Also appeared in the Duke, Virginia, Georgia Southern, Florida State and The Citadel games
Logged an 80-percent grade on 19 plays vs. Duke and posted a 78-percent grade and one knockdown block vs. Georgia Southern

High School:
Attended Catholic Memorial (Roxbury, Mass.) High School, lettering four times in football for head coach Alex Campia
The senior team captain was a member of the “Super 26” team in 2008 as voted by the Massachusetts State Coaches Association and garnered Prep Star and Super Prep All-American honors
Rated the eighth-best offensive lineman in the country (seventh-best offensive guard) by Rivals.com and a member of the recruiting service’s Rivals 250 squad in 2008
Scout.com considered him to be the 15th-best offensive lineman in the nation and the second-best overall player in the state of Massachusetts
The two-time All-Conference selection as a junior and senior, he was named All-Scholastic by the Boston Globe and Boston Herald

Personal:
Communications major
Son of Jacquelyn and Brent Williams
Father played in the NFL from 1986-1993 with the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks and New York Jets as a defensive end

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