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Signed a free agent deal with the Chicago Bears ... completed his four seasons at Dartmouth with the following career records (and career Ivy rank): 7,458 passing yards (6th); 62.7 completion percentage (6th); 620 pass completions (5th); 989 pass attempts (10th); 142.09 passing efficiency (6th); 4.3 TD-INT ratio; seven 300-yard passing games (tied for 6th); 8,952 total yards (3rd); 1,494 rushing yards by a quarterback ... also set the following program records: 67.5 completion percentage in a season (2014); 7.0 TD-INT ratio in a season (2014); 435 passing yards in a game; 453 total yards in a game ... second at Dartmouth with 56 career touchdown tosses ... won eight Ivy League weekly awards in his career (six Offensive Player, two Rookie) and three Gold Helmet Awards.
Quarterbacked Dartmouth to a share of its first Ivy League crown in 19 years ... also guided the Big Green as one of three team captains to a final national ranking of 23 in both the STATS and coaches polls, as well as a share of the Lambert Meadowlands Trophy, which is bestowed upon the top football team in the Eastern region of the FCS ... recipient of the George “Bulger” Lowe Award from the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston as New England’s best offensive player in the NCAA Bowl and Championship Divisions ... All-Ivy League Second Team at quarterback ... given the Coach Bob Blackman Trophy as the team MVP ... statistical rankings (Ivy, FCS): 64.0 completion percentage (2nd, 14th), 21.9 completions per game (3rd, 14th), 141.2 passing effiency (3rd, 25th), 259.2 passing yards per game (3rd, 16th), 281.7 total yards of offense per game (2nd, 16th) ... scored the first Big Green touchdown of the season with a nine-yard run, plus threw for another to beat Georgetown on the road in the season opener, 31-10 ... led the team in rushing (10 for 43 yards) as well ... once again ran for a TD and threw for another in a 49-7 romp over Sacred Heart while amassing 313 yards through the air on 21-of-28 attempts ... responsible for all six touchdowns in the 41-20 win at Penn — the only league loss for the Quakers — setting a Big Green record along the way with a 92.0 percent completion rate (23-of-25) for 336 yards and four scores ... ran for the other two touchdowns while piling up a team-leading 73 yards on the ground as he was named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week, DartmouthSports.com/Ramunto Brick & Brew Male Athlete of the Week and the Gold Helmet Award winner ... set two more school records the following week by throwing for 435 yards and racking up 453 total yards, plus threw for four more scores to guide the Green to a resounding 35-3 homecoming victory over Yale and once again earn the weekly Ivy League and DartmouthSports.com awards ... connected on 20-of-34 throws for 235 yards and the game-winning score in a 13-9 defensive struggle against Columbia ... hit up the vaunted Harvard defense for 311 yards on 24-of-42 passing, plus led Dartmouth with 49 rushing yards on just six carries in the epic showdown against the nationally ranked Crimson ... topped 200 yards through the air for the seventh straight game, converting 20-of-32 throws for 203 yards and a touchdown against Cornell, and ran for the final score in a 21-3 triumph over the Big Red ... final throw of career was a 12-yard touchdown with 24 seconds remaining in the season finale, lifting Dartmouth to a 17-10 win over Princeton and a share of the Big Green’s first Ivy League crown in 19 years ... completed a season-high 31 passes (one shy of his career high) in 45 attempts for 262 yards against the Tigers overall. Preseason honors: watch lists for both STATS and CFPA FCS Offensive Player of the Year ... College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League First Team.
All-Ivy League First Team at quarterback and a finalist for the Bushnell Cup ... led the conference and ranked among the top five nationally in completion percentage (.675, third in FCS), passing efficiency (157.57, third) and points responsible per game (18.0, fifth) ... also second in the league in passing touchdowns (21, 24th in FCS), and third in total offense (284.8, 14th), completions per game (20.11, 18th) and yards per pass attempt (7.91, 23rd) ... three times named both Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and DartmouthSports.com/Northeast Credit Union Male Athlete of the Week ... set Big Green records for completion percentage and TD-INT ratio (7.0) ... led team in rushing touchdowns (6) as well ... threw for three touchdowns and ran for another among his 11 carries for 75 yards in the season-opening 35-25 win over Central Connecticut ... scored three times with runs of nine, 24 and 11 yards to help Dartmouth beat Penn for the first time in seven years ... brought Big Green back from 14-point deficit at Yale by amassing 388 yards through the air — fourth-most ever by a Dartmouth QB — while completing 32-of-47 passes with three touchdowns ... his two-yard run to the end zone with 2:20 to play provided the winning points in the 38-31 triumph as he took home the Gold Helmet Award ... completed at least 70 percent of his passes in each of the final three contests, connecting on 79-of-102 (.775) throws combined for 934 yards with 11 TDs and just one INT ... torched Cornell for 381 yards (sixth-most in Dartmouth history) and a personal-best four touchdowns, plus ran for a nine-yard score in a 42-7 romp over the Big Red ... came back the next week to hit on 25-of-33 passes for 248 yards and three TDs while rushing for a season-high 100 yards even to lead the Green to a 44-21 win over Brown ... finished season with third 300-yard game, converting 30-of-35 for 305 yards and four TDs, the last matching his career high set two weeks earlier, to defeat Princeton, 41-10 ... preseason honor: College Football Performance Awards Quarterback Award Watch List.
All-Ivy League honorable mention at quarterback ... ranked fifth in the conference in passing yards, rushing yards and total offense ... ran for more yards than any Big Green quarterback ever (563) ... started all 10 games behind center ... made his mark early by earning Ivy League co-Offensive Player of the Week honors for helping Dartmouth defeat Butler on the road, 30-23, as he threw for 228 yards while racking up 119 yards on the ground, his first career 100-yard rushing game ... completed 21-of-35 passes for 273 yards and a season-high three touchdowns in the home opener against Holy Cross, plus ran for 87 yards ... in the 37-31 loss at Penn in four overtimes, aired it out for a career-high 292 yards on 26-of-45 passing, but had his Dartmouth record of 216 consecutive throws without an interception come to an end ... amassed 77 rushing yards against the Quakers as well for 369 total yards, the eighth most in a single game in Big Green history ... led Dartmouth to a 20-13 come-from-behind homecoming victory over Yale, tying the game in the third quarter with a 32-yard strike before guiding the offense to the winning score in the fourth quarter ... threw for one touchdown and ran for another in the 56-0 shutout over Columbia ... completed 16-of-24 tosses for 156 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown, and just missed out on a second 100-yard rushing game with 96 against Cornell in a 34-6 triumph ... hit on two-thirds of his passes the following week as well (12-of-18) at Brown in a hard-fought 24-20 victory ... found a way to beat 19th-ranked Princeton, 28-24, despite completing just four passes, one of which was a 56-yard touchdown bomb ... also ran for two scores, the second of which broke a 21-all tie in the third quarter.
Ivy League Rookie of the Year, giving Dartmouth seven since the inception of the award in 1981, most in the conference ... second-highest passing efficiency in the league (minimum 10 attempts per game) at 156.07 ... tossed for seven touchdowns without an interception among his 114 throws ... second on the squad with 262 rushing yards ... took snaps in each of the first seven contests off the bench before starting the final three games ... first two completions of career went to classmate Victor Williams in season opener against Butler ... guided the offense to its lone touchdown at Holy Cross — with a 39-yard third-down pass to Michael Reilly the big play — in the 13-10 win over the Crusaders ... also had three rushes of at least 11 yards while gaining 46 on the day at Holy Cross ... nine-yard run at Yale helped set up a field goal just before the half expired ... completed 5-of-6 passes for 85 yards and ran for another 33 on 12 carries versus Sacred Heart ... scored first career touchdown on a one-yard dive at Columbia for a 7-0 Big Green lead, then later heaved a 67-yard touchdown strike to Bo Patterson for a 14-10 lead late in the third quarter ... took over behind center late in the Harvard game when Alex Park went down with an injury and connected on eight passes for 68 yards ... earned first Ivy League Rookie of the Week honor in his first career start, completing 14-of-20 passes for 160 yards and a pair of touchdowns and running for 96 yards on just eight runs with another score on a scintillating 35-yard burst in 44-28 romp at Cornell ... first 200-yard game came against Brown, hitting on 18-of-27 passes for 240 yards and a TD ... finished season with a flourish at Princeton, earning not just Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors but also Ivy Player of the Week from College Sports Madness ... scorched the Tiger defense for 284 yards through the air on 20-of-35 passing, three times reaching the end zone, the last a 37-yard bomb to Michael Reilly on 4th-and-12 to seal the 35-21 victory with eight minutes to go ... also led the Big Green with 43 rushing yards and another touchdown.
District MVP who was named to the 4A all-state first team ... had a scholarship offer from Rice before choosing to go Ivy League ... passed for 3,945 yards and 37 touchdowns in addition to running for 823 yards and 11 more scores according to Rivals ... captained football and baseball teams as a senior ... all-district shortstop.
Full name is Dalyn Adonis Williams ... born on June 23, 1994 ... son of Charles Williams Jr. and Iris Washington has one brother ... has an uncle Rogers Williams who was a running back at Nicholls State in the early 2000s ... interested in possibly pursuing medicine after Dartmouth ... enjoys working out and playing video games.
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