6 Devin Williams
6 Devin Williams
Height: 6-1
Weight: 235
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Gardner, Mass.
High School: Gardner
Position: LB
Major: Criminal Justice

2017: Played in all 11 games, making five starts...Tallied 39 total tackles (22 solo, 17 solo)...Recorded one tackle for loss (one yard)...Broke up three passes. 

2016: Played in two games for the Colonels before suffering a season-ending injury...Collected 11 tackles (7 solo).

2015: Played in all 10 games at linebacker...Collected 92 total tackles (67 solo)...Led the Colonels with 10.5 tackles for loss for a total of 32 yards lost...Had two sacks for a total of 14 yards...Picked off one throw and returned it for 18 yards...Hurried the quarterback three times...Caused and recovered one fumble...

2014: Played in all 10 games at linebacker, starting in nine…Amassed 80 total tackles on the season (50 solo)...Also had 2.5 tackles for loss (-7 yards), including one sack (-3 yards)…Had a team-leading four interceptions and 47 interception return yards…Had a team best three fumble recoveries, one with a 16-yard return…Also had two pass break-ups…Had four games with double-digit tackles, including a season best 15 tackles (13 solo) in season finale vs. Maine Maritime…Named as NEFC and ECAC Division III Northeast Defensive Player of the Week on November 15…Earned the New England Football Writers’ Association Gold Helmet Award on November 15…Named to the NEFC First Team Defense…Named as team’s Defensive Rookie of the Year.

High School: Williams is a 2014 graduate of Gardner High School...Played football for four years for Coach Walt Dubzinski, and basketball for two years for Coaches Nick Smith and Tim 
Caouette...Captained both squads during his senior year…Football honors included: Two-time Midland Wachusett League C All-Star (2012, 2013), Midland Wachusett League C Defensive MVP 
(2013)…MIAA Division 5 MVP…Basketball honors included: Two-time Midland Wachusett League C 

Personal: Son of James and Maureen Gallant...Major: Criminal Justice...Member of the Class of 2018.