Williams says he was only "65 to 70 percent" healthy last season. Moving to his natural position, defensive end in 2013 from defensive tackle, where he played as a freshman, Williams led the team with 13.5 tackles for loss. The six sacks he recorded were second on the team. He was a Bednarik Award semifinalist, while earning first team All-Pac-12 honors and named to numerous All-American teams.
Once fall camp rolls around, Williams expects to be "100 percent" healthy, which could be dangerous for the opposition.
"I’m just expecting to just be a lot better than I was last year," Williams said. "My last season was a lot better than my freshman season so I just want to gradually continue to get better."