Korey Williams


Height: 6'0
Weight: 185
College: Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Paul Quinn College
Birthday: July 11, 1987
Hometown: New Orleans, LA
Years Pro: 5

Professional (2012-present): Korey first played with the Omaha Beef of the IFL during the 2012 season. Korey was then traded to the Storm for the 2013 season where he accumulated 1,329 all-purpose yards and had 18 touchdowns in 10 games. In 2013, Korey singed with the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League (CFL). Korey played in four games for Lions as a receiver where he had seven catches for 112 yards and one receiving touchdown. Korey was signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL prior to the 2014 season and was released shortly afterword's. Korey is back with the Storm for the 2016 season.
• He was named IFL Special Teams Player-of-the-Week in Week 8 and Offensive Player-of-the-Week in Week 16 of the 2016 season.
• Korey received the 2016 IFL Special Teams Player of the Year.
• Williams was named to the All-IFL First-Team Special Teams roster in 2016.
• In 2016, he ranked sixth on the IFL's Top 10 Players List.

Sophomore (Northwestern Oklahoma State, Alva, OK, 2008): Williams caught 50 passes for 771 yards with a 15.4 yard average per reception and 70.1 yards per game. He also scored seven touchdowns for the Rangers. Korey set a school record with 202 reception yards and touchdown catches in a game with four against Southwestern College.
• Korey was named First-Team All-Conference as a receiver.
• He was ranked 31st in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in yards per game.

Freshman (Northwestern Oklahoma State, Alva, OK, 2007): Williams was the second leading receiver for the Rangers as he had 321 yards on 23 catches while playing in 12 games. He averaged 14 yards per catch and returned 10 kick-offs for 159 yards.

High School (Alfred Lawless High School, New Orleans, LA): Korey caught 30 passes for 358 yards and rushed 70 times for 828 yards as a senior. He also played baseball, basketball, and ran track.
• Korey was named Most Valuable Player at Alfred Lawless High School during his senior season.
• Williams was an All-District performer.
• Korey was voted the best offensive player on three teams as a junior.

Korey is the son of Cheval Williams. Korey majored in accounting and had a minor in business administration.



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