2001: Played in all 11 OSU games, starting at both defensive tackle and defensive end. He finished the season with 36 total tackles, but 11 of those tackles were behind the line of scrimmage. His 11 tackles for minus-54 yards were a team-best, as were his five sack for minus-45 yards. He also had four passes broken up and three quarterback hurries, as well as a fumble recovery.
2000: Started four games at defensive tackle and four games at defensive end. His season statistics included 35 tackles, seven tackles for loss and four sacks. He also had six pass deflections and a fumble recovery.
1999: Earned a starting spot as a redshirt freshman and stayed in that slot all season. His season totals included 28 tackles. His knack of getting to the football was evidenced by six tackles for loss and two quarterback sacks. He was also credited with two pass breakups and two quarterback hurries, as well as recovering two fumbles. His performance in 1999 landed him on the Coaches All-Big 12 third-team and also warranted mention as a third-team freshman All-American by The Sporting News.
1998: His redshirt season at Oklahoma State.
High School: One of the top prospects in the state of Arkansas came to Oklahoma State after a stellar prep career at Fordyce High School. Played on both sides of the ball for a 10-2 high school squad his senior season. On offense, he had nine receptions, including two for touchdowns. On the defensive side, he had 60 total tackles, 20 tackles for loss, five sacks, one fumble recovery for a touchdown and one interception returned for a touchdown. Arkansas All-Stater who averaged more than 18 points per game in basketball. Picked OSU over Arkansas and Mississippi. Played high school football for Coach Steve Baxley.
Personal: Born Aug. 16, 1980, in Arkadelphia, Ark. He is the son of Exie Bea and Roy Williams. He has two brothers, Greg and Derrick.