Alabama linebackers are not having a good week. Shoot Reuben Foster was sent home early, and now Tim Williams past is catching up to him. Williams is not scared though, he is looking his past right in the eyes.
“(I’m a) young player making decisions that I grew from,” Williams said. “That’s what life is about — being a man on and off the field, owning up to your mistakes. Everyone makes them. I’m not here dancing around and joking. I know I’m here with something to prove. I’m obviously behind the eight-ball, so I’m here to prove not only to myself but to every organization that if they get me, they’re going to get the best player here.”
“I’m going in and being completely honest. This is a billion-dollar industry. They’ve got all their homework and they know everything about you,” Williams said. “You can’t go in there and just be dishonest, because a first impression is a last impression. … So far they’ve respected me for that.”
This attitude will help the Bama linebacker.