Rodarius Williams

A three-star prospect by the recruiting services … Ranked as the No. 35 cornerback prospect in the nation by and the No. 34 overall prospect in Louisiana by ESPN … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Oklahoma, Baylor, Nebraska, Mississippi State, California, Arizona and Arizona State, among several others.

High School: Played for coach John Bachman, Sr., at Calvary Baptist Academy … Finished his senior season with 38 total tackles and led the team with five passes defended and four interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns … Also forced a fumble, returned a kickoff for 46 yards and caught two passes for 81 yards … Was an all-district and all-state selection … Junior stats included 31 tackles, five interceptions, six passes defended, one fumble recovery and two pick-sixes … Also a standout basketball player and competed on the track and field team.

Personal: Rodarius Williams was born Sept. 12, 1996, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Lakesha Williams.

Corners Coach
Tim Duffie:

"He's probably the most complete guy coming out of high school. We've got big expectations for Rodarius. He was a tremendous basketball player and is very athletic. He's a football guy who plays basketball. We watched him all fall take over basketball games as well as dominate football games, so we're very excited about him."


Position: CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 172
Shreveport, La. / Calvary Baptist Academy