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Nate Williams (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Maybe it's his smile or maybe it's just his overall demeanor, but its hard not to like Husky senior safety Nate Williams. He is very poised and is clearly the most experienced player on the back-end of the defense. Heck, he is the only senior safety on the team. He is a leader and that is obvious in how he interacts with his teammates.

It seems like just yesterday that Nate started his collegiate career by breaking up a touchdown pass to help the Huskies beat Syracuse in their season's opener four years ago. He was a true freshman that day and was actually playing in his first college game. It seemed like such a wonderful start to his collegiate career. And now things come full circle as Williams will again be in the...

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