2005 Playboy All-America Team.
Heads into the 2005 season as the NCAA's active career running back in rushing TDs, rushing yards, yards per carry and all-purpose yards.
Also enters 2005 as the leading returning rusher in the nation in total rushing yards, having totaled 1,948 yards in 2004.
Led the nation as a junior with 22 rushing touchdowns.
Was second nationally in 2004 with 1,948 yards rushing.
Is the nation's leading returner in all-purpose yards per game, having averaged 185.83 yards in 2004.
Was a finalist for the Maxwell Award, the Doak Walker Award, the Hossman Trophy and the John Wooden Cup in 2004.
Was named to the Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook All-America Team.
Named an all-American by Pro Football Weekly (first-team), the Associated Press (third-team), and SI.com (second team).
CollegeSportsReport.com named Williams a first-team selection on their All-Junior Offense and a second-team pick for their All-America Offense.
Is a two-time Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year (2003, 2004).
Selected as the state of Tennessee's Player of the Year by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
Honored by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame as the 2005 Amateur Athlete of the Year.
Received an Award of Distinction as an outstanding college running back at the 2005 Touchdown Club of Columbus Awards Banquet.
Named by CBSSportsline as one of the 50 most relevant people in college football.