Listed as the No. 4 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Listed as the No. 2 incoming midfielder in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Under Armour All-American
Broke two national career high school records (goals and points)
Scored 444 career goals, breaking Grant Whiteway's (Billeraca, Mass.) record of 353
Also broke the national high school career mark in points with 729, breaking Tim Stratton's (Manheim Township, Pa.) mark of 589
Also tallied 285 career assists
A varsity player since eighth grade, Williams racked up more than 100 points in five consecutive seasons
Scored over 90 goals three times in high school
In the eighth grade played varsity lacrosse and scored 74 goals and 28 assists
Scored 101 goals and dished out 73 assists for 174 points in 2010
Scored 99 goals and dished out 56 assists for 155 points in 2011
Scored 75 goals and dished out 51 assists for 126 points in 2012
Scored 95 goals and dished out 77 assists for 172 points in 2013
Won the 2013 Borrelli Award as the outstanding lacrosse player in Western New York
Helped lead Silver Creek to five consecutive Class C Sectional titles
After his junior season he had amassed 554 career points, surpassing the New York high school record held by Casey Powell, the former All-American from Syracuse
Playing for the Six Nations Rebels of the Ontario Lacrosse Association, Williams helped guide the Rebels to their third consecutive Founder Cup title -- the Canadian Lacrosse Association's Junior B national championship.
In 2012 he registered 30 goals and 37 assists in the regular season, 55 points in the OLA playoffs, and then put up 23 points in the Founders Cup tourney. He is also a standout football and basketball player.
Son of Dan and Wendy Williams
Member of the Seneca tribe and has lived his entire life on the Cattaraugus Reservation, which is a part of the Iroquois confederacy that is located just south of Buffalo, N.Y.
Has four older brothers, Jon, JoJo, Zach and "Cornbread", and one younger brother, Sherman
Has two older sisters, Samantha and Mary
Enjoys spending time with his family