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Kristoff Williams
Kristoff Williams

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Antioch, Calif.

High School:
Deer Valley

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 216

Position:
Wide Receiver

Experience:
2V



04/20/2013

Late Touchdown Lifts Gray Past Crimson

The Gray team scored a late touchdown and converted a two-point conversion to post a 22-21 victory.

04/13/2013

Cougars Trade Big Plays In First Spring Scrimmage

Quarterbacks Austin Apodaca and Connor Halliday combined to throw five touchdown passes and the defense recorded five sacks Saturday.

04/09/2013

Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap, Day 9

The Cougars continued spring practice with a full pads workout Tuesday afternoon.

04/06/2013

Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap, Day 8

WSU worked out in full pads for two hours and finished the day with a couple live team segments Saturday.

03/30/2013

Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap, Day 5

The Cougars continue spring practice Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Rogers Field and Martin Stadium.

01/10/2013

2012 Year in Photos

The 2012 Washington State Football Season Highlights Captured in Photos

10/27/2012

Washington State vs. No 19 Standord - AP Photos

Washington State vs. No 19 Standord - AP Photos

09/29/2012

Washington State faces No. 2 Oregon

The Cougars square-off against No. 2 Oregon in the annual Seattle game

10/08/2011

Washington State 25, UCLA 28 - AP Photos

Washington State 25, UCLA 28

WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games...recorded 22 receptions for 192 yards...tied of second on team with four touchdown catches...also returned five kickoffs for 107 yards...caught a touchdown pass in four straight games...had a nine-yard catch against No. 2 Oregon in Seattle...made a seven-yard reception at No. 14 Oregon State...caught two passes for 13 yards against California...posted season highs of six receptions and 58 yards including a 10-yard touchdown catch at No. 19 Stanford, also a had a 23-yard kickoff return...had a five-yard touchdown and a 23-yard kickoff return at Utah...caught a 14-yard touchdown pass against No. 17 UCLA...had a 54-yard touchdown catch at Arizona State...caught five passes for 28 yards in Apple Cup win over Washington...named Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.

RS-FRESHMAN (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, making two starts...caught nine passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns...first career reception was a 20-yard touchdown against Idaho State...caught four passes for 89 yards including 57-yard touchdown catch against UNLV...caught one pass at Colorado and at UCLA...threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to Bobby Ratliff in fourth quarter against Utah that earned Cougars Big Play accolades...caught two passes for 21 yards at the Apple Cup.

FRESHMAN (2010): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Two-year letterwinner for head coach Rich Woods...team captain and four-year scholar athlete...also a National Football League Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete...JUNIOR year combined for nearly 600 yards rushing and receiving, scoring seven touchdowns...defensively, recorded 25 tackles (12 solo), two interceptions and five pass break-ups...garnered second-team All-Bay Valley Athletic League and third-team All-East Bay...named team's rookie of the year...SENIOR year named second-team All-Northern California at all-purpose by GoldenStatePreps.com...voted unanimously as the Bay Valley Athletic League's Most Valuable Player...also named first-team all-league on defense (utility) and second-team all-league at quarterback...second-team All-East Bay...completed 29-of-54 passes for 610 yards and four touchdowns during the regular season...also rushed 80 times for 710 yards and 11 touchdowns...caught three passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns against Pittsburg...defensively, registered 20 tackles (14 solo) and notched two pass break-ups...also served as the team's punter and returned punts...led Deer Valley to an undefeated regular season and the league title...team made the second round of the CIF-North Coast Section playoffs...had nearly 2,000 all-purpose yards and 17 touchdowns...played quarterback, wide receiver, punter and defensive back... member of the Contra Costa Times' Cream of the Crop (Bay Area Top 20).

PERSONAL
Born in Federal Way, Wash...parents Daniel and Corlette...father played lacrosse at West Point...National Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award in high school...criminal justice major.

CAREER STATISTICS

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