Trevor Williams emerged on the Penn State scene last year as a true freshman wide receiver who seemed to make plays when he number was called in his debut season. In eight games in 2012, Williams caught ten passes for 97 yards and was thought to be one of BOB's main offensive weapons for 2013 last November.
Fast forward to spring practice and Williams made a switch to the defensive side of the ball, being listed as a safety on the official roster but playing a lot of corner during the Blue-White Game and, maybe surprisingly to a some people, he looked really good doing it. In fact, with a few past deflections and not many breakdowns in coverage, one could argue he was the second-best man in the secondary behind Adrian Amos.
This summer, he was fighting with the freshman Smiths (Jordan and Anthony) to secure to starting CB spot across from Jordan Lucas for the season opener against Syracuse. Hopefully, we'll learn about a finalized depth chart soon and whether Trevor will be the guy in 10 days.
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