AS A JUNIOR (2013-14)
- Started all 35 games, averaging 7.8 points per game and 5.8 rebounds a contest
- Shot 60 percent from field (101-of-169) in 2013-14
- Passed 400-point mark for his career (450)
- Played in 100th career game vs. Michigan in Big Ten Tournament (March 15)
- Scored in double figures on 12 occasions in 2013-14
- Tallied 135 rejections for his career ... passed Lawrence Funderburke (131) for seventh on OSU career blocks chart ... needs two to overtake Granville Waiters (136) for sixth all-time
Notable Games in 2013-14
- Recorded third-career double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds vs. Delaware (Dec. 18)
- Recorded second career double-double with 12 points and 16 rebounds vs. Wyoming (Nov. 25) in career-high 32 minutes
- Earned first career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds vs Ohio (Nov. 12) ... 14 points were a then-career high
- Tied career high with 8 defensive rebounds vs. North Dakota State (Dec. 14)
- Tied a career high with six blocks vs. Bryant (Dec. 11) ... last time Williams recorded six blocks was vs. Iowa (1/22/13)
- Led all scorers with a career-high 18 points vs. North Florida (Nov. 29) ... 8 field goals and 11 attempts serves as career high
- Collected career-high 16 rebounds vs. Wyoming (Nov. 25) ... eight offensive and eight defensive boards also career bests
- Totaled career high 16 points vs. American to lead all scorers
- Posted career high in free throws made (8) and attempted (10) vs. Bobcats
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13)
- Played in all 37 games, moving into a starting role for the last 26 contests, beginning against Chicago State (12/29/12).
- Produced 3.5 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per contest.
- Shot at a 56 percent clip this year (40-72), a team high among players with at least 20 FG attempts.
- Led team in blocks with 50, producing multi-block games 14 times, and putting up at least one in 24 games.
Notable Games in 2012-13
- Secured career highs in points (10), field-goal makes (4) and attempts (7) in win over Northwestern (2/14/13).
- Had nine points at Michigan (2/5/13), a then-career high
- Put up a career-best six blocks vs. Iowa (1/22/13).
- Tallied a career-high tying seven points vs. Winthrop (12/18/12).
- Grabbed career-high 10 rebounds at Duke (11/28/12), including seven in the first half.
- Tied a then-career high with six points vs. UMKC (11/23/12).
- Averaged 4.0 points between the two games of the Hall of Fame Tipoff in Connecticut, including a season-high five vs. Washington (11/18/12).
- Saw a career-high 16 minutes of action vs. Albany in the season opener (11/11/12).
AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12)
- Played in 27 games with 2.1 rebounds and 1.7 points per game with 23 blocks (second on the team)
- Made three appearances in NCAA tournament games, including the Final Four contest vs. Kansas (3/31/12).
- Played nine minutes in regional final vs. Syracuse (3/24/12), spelling foul-plagued Jared Sullinger and Evan Ravenel ... Tallied three points and a pair of blocks in win
- Saw action in first career NCAA game, playing four minutes against Gonzaga (3/17/12), securing a block
- Took the court in all three of the Big Ten Tournament games, averaging 2.7 minutes per an appearance
- Put up trio of blocks vs. Penn State (1/25/12), his fourth multi-block performance of the season
- Grabbed six rebounds, including four off the defensive glass, against Northwestern (12/28/11)
- Scored career-high six points and added pair of blocks in win at South Carolina (12/17/11)
- Tallied one block in single minute vs. Duke (11/29/11)
- Put up four blocks vs. VMI (11/23/11), the most for a Buckeye player since 2/22/11 when David Lighty swatted six against Illinois
- Tallied seven boards, including five off the offensive glass, and five points vs. Jackson State (11/18/11)
- One of four freshmen to make debut in season opener vs. Wright State
PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
- Averaged 18 points, 12.6 rebounds and nearly five blocks per game his senior season at Detroit Country Day High School, earning McDonalds All-America accolades
- Also dished out 32 assists and had 29 steals his final season
- Finished third in Michigan Mr. Basketball voting
- Produced a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds in the title game
- Played for legendary coach Kurt Keener at Detroit County Day H.S. He also played for The Family AAU team with teammate Trey McDonald on the summer circuit.
- Son of Keith Jacks and Erma Williams and is the brother of Nikita Williams and Khalil Williams. Cousin, Darrill Williams, played football for Cincinnati
- Lists greatest sports thrill is winning 2010 Michigan state championship and advancing to title game in 2011