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TRACK & FIELD
Fri, Oct 24
Football 7:15 PM
Santa Clara, Calif. (Levi's Stadium)
Sat, Nov 01
Football 4:30 PM
Sat, Nov 08
Salt Lake City, Utah
Sat, Nov 22
PERSONAL — Born Jaison Tyrell Williams on April 14, 1986 in West Los Angeles, Calif. Parent: Theresa Adams. Family: One brother, two sisters. High School (Coach): Culver City (Tom Faulter) 2004. Major: Art. Redshirt: 2004. Complete graduation requirements prior to the start of fall term.
2008 — Sharing billing as Oregon’s third-leading receiver, the 11-game starter stands seven receptions shy of equalling the school’s career record for receptions (178, Samie Parker, 2000-03). Ranks third on school’s all-time list for catches and sixth in career receiving yards (2,494). Also stands second all time with 10 100-yard receiving efforts and is tied for fourth in career TD receptions (20). Accumulated 102 yards and two touchdowns at Washington State, and caught a season-high five passes at Purdue. Hauled in his longest reception of the year against Washington with a 48-yard scoring strike. The three-year starter has been held without a reception in only nine of his 49 appearances. One of the program’s strongest pass catchers ever, boasts of a share of Oregon’s school record in the back squat (375 lbs., 2007-08), the top power clean mark of all-time (352 lbs., 2007) and the third-best bench press ever (340 lbs., 2007) among wide receivers.
2007 — Team’s leading receiver for the second year in a row improved his yards-per-catch proficiency to a 15.3-yard average over a 2006 season that perception views as superior to 2007. The honorable mention all-conference selection (Pac-10 coaches) and second-team all-league pick (Rivals.com) ranked sixth in the conference in receiving yards per game (64.9 avg.). Only two other receivers in school history have ever posted more 100-yard games in one season than his four in ‘07, which included a season-high eight catches for 120 yards at Arizona. His nine career receiving efforts over the century mark stands only two shy of the school record. Encountered his best year yet in touchdowns scored (8) and is eighth in all-time TD catches (17), with three of the year’s scoring strikes exceeding 45 yards. Also is sixth on school’s list of career receptions (138) and seventh in receiving yards (2,073). Scored two touchdowns in the same game vs. Stanford and Arizona State to equal his career high first set against the Sun Devils in 2006.
2006 — After coming off the bench in the year’s first two games, the Ducks’ receiving leader proceeded to start the next eight games. The Biletnikoff Award semifinalist thrived in his role as a team leader, completing the season second in the Pac-10 in receptions per game (19th nationally) and fourth in receiving yards (19th in the country). Numbers for the nine-game starter were good enough to rank second all time on the school’s one-season receptions chart and eighth in receiving yards. His production as one of the nation’s best warranted him honorable mention all-conference acclaim. Oregon’s fourth-leading scorer (36 points) equalled a school record by accumulating five games over the century mark in receiving yards, led by a career-high 177 yards against Oklahoma. Added a personal-best 10 receptions at Arizona State as he paced the squad in catches in six of the 12 games he played. His performance earned him team’s offensive player-of-the-week attention vs. Oklahoma and Arizona State. Displayed the toughness to play through a back ailment over the final third of the season. Rewarded as Oregon’s Duane Cargill Award recipient as the skilled player making the greatest impact.
2005 — Few players made as much improvement from one year to the next as he justified the patience those around him have displayed. While his consistency may have waned at times, he demonstrated a flair for the dramatic. Oregon’s sixth-leading receiver caught five passes for 55 yards against Washington, with his 75 yards on a pair of receptions vs. Oregon State including a 66-yard scoring strike. Caught his first collegiate touchdown pass at Stanford and followed that up two weeks later with a score against the Huskies. Caught passes in six of his 12 appearances, including three receptions for 52 yards in his lone start of the year at Washington State, with 11 of his catches occurring in the last half of the season.
2004 — Honored as scout team’s offensive player of the week in aiding preparations prior to Idaho and California games.
HIGH SCHOOL — The SuperPrep All-American was ranked among the best 30 receivers in the country, as well as the top 22 prep prospects in the state (SuperPrep), while assisting the Centaurs to a 9-2-1 record his senior season. The all-CIF Division X selection also elicited attention from the Long Beach Press-Telegram (Best in the West votes) as well as the Tacoma News Tribune (Western One-Hundred). Ranked fourth in the Pioneer League in receptions, grabbing 22 catches for 488 yards (22.2 avg.) and four touchdowns in 2003. Included were five passes for 35 yards vs. St. Bernard and two receptions for 105 yards against South Torrance.