Trent Williams biography
Trent Williams was born on July 18, 1988 in Longview, Texas. Her parents are Veronica and Freddie Williams. He was raised alongside an older brother named Fredrick. Unlike the very passionate NFL star he has become today, Trent Williams was literally forced to play his first football game at the age of 7.
He was educated at Longview High School where, as a dual-sport athlete, he wrote football and athletics. By the end of his time with the Longview Lobos High School football team, Williams was considered a three-star recruit having earned a consensus first-team district designation in his senior year. Among the many offers received, the young talent settled at the University of Oklahoma.
Williams had an illustrious 3-year stint with the Oklahoma Sooners football team. Playing at right tackle, he started the last 6 games of his freshman year after Brandon Braxton suffered an injury in Week 7. He played 462 strikes and registered 75 takedowns, a performance that earned him the runner-up spot. Freshman All-America team. His performance also earned him more playing time in his second season as he played 14 games, including 6 starts at right tackle.
In his junior season (2008), William TrentHe started all 14 regular season games in which he recorded 131 assists. He was part of the impressive 2008 Sooners offensive line that let up only 11 sacks during the season. Williams missed the final game of the season due to injury. However, he led the team with 102 blocks knocked down and 885 games.
At the time he declared for the 2010 NFL Draft, Trent Williams was considered one of the top offensive prospects and was widely considered a first-round pick. As expected, he was drafted 4th overall by the Washington Redskins, after which he signed a 6-year contract with the team.
Trent Williams made his NFL debut in the Redskins’ 2011 season opener against the Dallas Cowboys. All in all, the rookie season was relatively calm: the talented player saw his rookie campaign marred by a four-game suspension, following the failure of numerous drug tests for marijuana consumption. Despite the setback, Williams enjoyed a strong resurgence in his second professional season (2012). Despite being handicapped by a knee injury that lingered all season, Williams put on a stellar performance for which he was named to the 2013 Pro Bowl team, the first of several. However, he was restricted from the All-Star Game due to an injury sustained in a brawl at a nightclub.
Regardless of his lousy 2013 season with the Redskins, Trent Williams was the only team member to be selected for the 2014 Pro Bowl. other Pro Bowl selections. He also received a second-team All-Pro designation in 2015, and in December 2017, Williams was named for his 6th straight Pro Bowl, the longest and second-longest streak by an offensive lineman in the league. history of the Washington Redskins and the NFL. respectively.
Is he married, who is his wife?
For a player who shows a great level of daring on the pitch, Trent Williams maintains a rather guarded personal life. Reporting on his relationship and family life is mostly vague and lacking in detail, if any. While the identity of his family remains unknown, Williams’ profile on the Forbes website indicates that he is married with 2 children.
Height, weight and body measurements
Trent Williams stands at a height of 6ft 5in (196cm). He maintains a weight of 145 kg (320 lb) after losing almost 30 lb during the 2015 off-season. Williams exhibits incredible athleticism as well as great footwork for a player of his size. His physical dominance on the pitch earned him the nickname “Silverback” which he tattooed on his back. The Redskins offensive lineman is also notable for his unparalleled hand-eye coordination.