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Cardinals' new OT Jonah Williams ready to 'bookend' to Paris Johnson Jr.

Move to right tackle might not have been such a bad thing for former Alabama All-AmericanArizona RepublicLots of folks love to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It was nothing but a bummer last year for Jonah Williams, the Cardinals’ new offensive tackle.It was a year ago Sunday when the Cincinnati Bengals, Williams’ team at the time, announced they had signed tackle Orlando Brown Jr. to a four-year, $64 million contract. It was done with the full intention of making Brown the starting left ...

Move to right tackle might not have been such a bad thing for former Alabama All-American

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Lots of folks love to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It was nothing but a bummer last year for Jonah Williams, the Cardinals’ new offensive tackle.

It was a year ago Sunday when the Cincinnati Bengals, Williams’ team at the time, announced they had signed tackle Orlando Brown Jr. to a four-year, $64 million contract. It was done with the full intention of making Brown the starting left tackle. And it was news to Williams.

Left tackle was the position Williams had started at for the previous three seasons since the Bengals made him a first-round pick out of Alabama, where he was a unanimous All-American. It wasn’t until later that it was communicated to him that the team planned to move Williams to right tackle.

The way it unfolded didn’t sit well with him, so he requested a trade.

It never materialized.

Maybe it’s a good thing it didn’t. Despite recovering from surgery that offseason to repair a dislocated kneecap, and a baby girl on the way, Williams did his best to embrace the change and his new situation. He couldn’t participate in any offseason drills, he said, but would “get in my stance and sit there and just try to feel it.”

“At the end of the day, it’s just football. It’s just O-line,” he said, adding that by the second week of training camp, “It felt as good as left tackle ever did.”

And it showed, too. According to Next Gen Stats Williams, in his first year at right tackle since his freshman year at Alabama, set career-best marks last season in pressure rate (8.0 percent), 1-on-1 pressure rate (7.8 percent), sack rate (1.2 percent) and average time to pressure (2.99 seconds).

Cardinals signing:defensive tackle Khyiris Tonga to 1-year deal

Right tackle is likely where he’ll plug-and-play for the Cardinals after they signed him to a two-year, $30 million deal last week as an unrestricted free agent. Arizona released longtime left tackle D.J. Humphries and it’s expected that Paris Johnson Jr., who started all 17 games and never missed a snap at right tackle as a rookie, will take over Humphries’ former spot at left tackle.

Nothing is official until coach Jonathan Gannon makes the call, but for the record, Williams, 26, doesn’t really care on which side of the line he plays.

“Honestly, it’s not so much about that,” the 6-foot-5, 3-05-pound native of Atlanta said. “It’s more like I know that I’m bringing great tackle play and that’s what I’m going to do. Wherever the coaches want to put me, that’s what I’m going to do. … I’ve played significant snaps at both positions, and I think I can positively contribute to the team either way.”

Williams said he’s already briefly met with Johnson, the Cardinals’ first-round pick last year from Ohio State, and so far he likes what he sees.

“I’ve heard only positive things about him, how mature he is and obviously just seeing him in the draft, a phenomenal athlete,” he said. “I watched his tape last year and he’s a great player. I’m excited to bookend on the line with him.”

The thought of playing for Arizona crossed Williams’ mind last season when the Bengals met the Cardinals in a Week 5 matchup at State Farm Stadium. Cincinnati won 34-20 and Williams remembers “the stadium is great, and the fans were loud.”

“I kind of took some notes in my head and was like, ‘If the opportunity ever arises, I’d love to be out here.’ ” he said.

Williams acknowledged he had mutual interests from other NFL teams when the free agency process began last week. Once his agent informed him the Cardinals were interested in him, however, “I was like, they’re my No. 1, let’s get this done,” he said.

Why Arizona?

“It’s an exciting place as an organization,” William said, adding, “There’s a positive energy, sort of a positive atmosphere here, and I feel it’s a team on an upward trajectory. I was fortunate to be part of something like that in Cincinnati and it’s just a lot of fun.

“Not to mention the city and all the amenities. I live in San Diego in the offseason, so it’s a quick flight and I’ve really enjoyed my brief time here so far.”

Something else Williams said he finds positive about the move is the chance to block for and protect Kyler Murray, the Cardinals’ dual-threat quarterback. He said he began following Murray’s career since Murray was shattering high school records in Allen, Texas.

The two met each other soon after Williams signed his new contract at the team’s Tempe training facility. Murray was there continuing to strengthen his surgically repaired right knee some 15 months after suffering a torn ACL.

“I think it’s going to be exciting,” Williams said. “He’s an electric playmaker and there’s only so many guys like him in the NFL.”

Former Arizona 4-Star QB Signee Demond Williams Jr. Chooses UW

Former Arizona quarterback signee Demond Williams Jr. announced on Sunday that he is following new Washington coach Jedd Fisch to Seattle.Williams, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound bundle of electricity, enrolled at UA last week after signing with the Wildcats as a 4-star quarterback out of Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona.A week after the news broke that Fisch was leaving Arizona to fill the same role at Washington, Williams entered the transfer portal to explore his options.The son of former Michigan State cornerback Demon...

Former Arizona quarterback signee Demond Williams Jr. announced on Sunday that he is following new Washington coach Jedd Fisch to Seattle.

Williams, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound bundle of electricity, enrolled at UA last week after signing with the Wildcats as a 4-star quarterback out of Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona.

A week after the news broke that Fisch was leaving Arizona to fill the same role at Washington, Williams entered the transfer portal to explore his options.

The son of former Michigan State cornerback Demond Williams Sr., who played in the Big Ten Conference from 2005-06, didn't need long to see his future in purple and gold.

With the news coming out Saturday that redshirt freshman Noah Fifita is staying at Arizona the need for a quarterback increased with the UW entering the weekend holding just one scholarship signal-caller on the roster — freshman Dermaricus Davis.

Williams is expected to enroll at Washington before spring practices begin, a chance to get a head start to his college football career.

The Elite 11 finalist and All-American Bowl selection led Basha to a 10-2 record as a senior and showed his dual-threat ability combining for 54 total touchdowns — 34 passing and 20 rushing.

In addition to the freshmen quarterbacks, former Mississippi State transfer Will Rogers is also still in play to stay at Washington and play for Fisch.

Rogers entered the portal after former coach Kalen DeBoer and offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb left for Alabama, but remained in the area and attended the first team meeting Fisch held on Jan. 14.

Regardless whether Rogers stays or goes, Washington has a quarterback tailored to the offense Fisch wants to run on Montlake with the arrival of Williams.

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Former Arizona 4-Star QB Signee Demond Williams Jr. Chooses UW

Former Arizona quarterback signee Demond Williams Jr. announced on Sunday that he is following new Washington coach Jedd Fisch to Seattle.Williams, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound bundle of electricity, enrolled at UA last week after signing with the Wildcats as a 4-star quarterback out of Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona.A week after the news broke that Fisch was leaving Arizona to fill the same role at Washington, Williams entered the transfer portal to explore his options.The son of former Michigan State cornerback Demon...

Former Arizona quarterback signee Demond Williams Jr. announced on Sunday that he is following new Washington coach Jedd Fisch to Seattle.

Williams, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound bundle of electricity, enrolled at UA last week after signing with the Wildcats as a 4-star quarterback out of Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona.

A week after the news broke that Fisch was leaving Arizona to fill the same role at Washington, Williams entered the transfer portal to explore his options.

The son of former Michigan State cornerback Demond Williams Sr., who played in the Big Ten Conference from 2005-06, didn't need long to see his future in purple and gold.

With the news coming out Saturday that redshirt freshman Noah Fifita is staying at Arizona the need for a quarterback increased with the UW entering the weekend holding just one scholarship signal-caller on the roster — freshman Dermaricus Davis.

Williams is expected to enroll at Washington before spring practices begin, a chance to get a head start to his college football career.

The Elite 11 finalist and All-American Bowl selection led Basha to a 10-2 record as a senior and showed his dual-threat ability combining for 54 total touchdowns — 34 passing and 20 rushing.

In addition to the freshmen quarterbacks, former Mississippi State transfer Will Rogers is also still in play to stay at Washington and play for Fisch.

Rogers entered the portal after former coach Kalen DeBoer and offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb left for Alabama, but remained in the area and attended the first team meeting Fisch held on Jan. 14.

Regardless whether Rogers stays or goes, Washington has a quarterback tailored to the offense Fisch wants to run on Montlake with the arrival of Williams.

Go to si.com/college/washington to read the latest Inside the Huskies stories — as soon as they’re published.

Not all stories are posted on the fan sites.

Find Inside the Huskies on Facebook by searching: Inside Huskies/FanNation at SI.com or https://www.facebook.com/dan.raley.12

Follow Lars Hanson of Inside the Huskies on Twitter: @LarsHanson or @UWFanNation

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QB Demond Williams Jr. stays at home, will play for Arizona

Four-star quarterback Demond Williams Jr., who had been previously committed to coach Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss, committed to Arizona on Monday morning.Williams, ranked 219th overall in the 2024 ESPN 300 and a product of Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona, was in Tucson this past weekend to visit coach Jedd ...

Four-star quarterback Demond Williams Jr., who had been previously committed to coach Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss, committed to Arizona on Monday morning.

Williams, ranked 219th overall in the 2024 ESPN 300 and a product of Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona, was in Tucson this past weekend to visit coach Jedd Fisch and his staff.

"I feel like the [coaching staff's] NFL background and the way that they run their offense [is] definitely to my play style and [will] get me prepared for the next level," Williams told ESPN. "... I feel like they've always had faith in me and trust in me since Day 1 when they offered me as a 14-year-old freshman."

In 13 games last season as a junior for the Bears, Williams completed 68% of his passes for 2,339 yards with 23 touchdowns and just one interception while churning out 764 yards on the ground and five rushing touchdowns.

For the first time in program history, Arizona has secured commitments from both the No. 1 offensive player and No. 1 defensive player in the state. Defensive end Elijah Rushing (No. 20 overall in 2024), who attends Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, stayed home after committing on July 6 and is the highest-ranked player ever to commit to Arizona.

"We have a great relationship," Williams said. "I've known him since I was in seventh or eighth grade. We've always kept tabs on each other, and we got a chance to play against each other last year. That was fun. I feel like being able to team up and help change the program around is just something that only a few people could do."

Arizona's 2023 class ranked 36th overall (seventh in the Pac-12), and its 2022 class finished 25th overall (second in the Pac-12) in ESPN's rankings. The Wildcats haven't had a winning season since 2017, and Fisch oversaw a four-win improvement (1-11 to 5-7) from 2021 to 2022.

Fisch has worked for seven different NFL teams, while offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll spent six seasons as the Seahawks' run game coordinator (2015-20).

Under Carroll last season, the Wildcats' offense averaged 31 points per game, finished sixth in the Pac-12 in total offense (462.4 YPG) and ended up third in the conference in passing (318.4 YPG).

"I think I'll fit in great," Williams said. "I feel like I have a similar play style to their current quarterback, Jayden de Laura (3,685 passing yards, 25 passing TDs; 122 rushing yards, four rushing TDs), and I feel like it'd be a great fit for the both of us."

After initially offering his pledge to Kiffin on Dec. 30, 2022, Williams said he decided to take a second look at things when he decommitted from the Rebels on July 7.

"Just going through the whole process, I don't think they necessarily did anything wrong," Williams said. "I just need to make sure, reassure myself that I was making the right decision."

Ole Miss' 2024 class is ranked 17th, and it flipped quarterback Austin Simmons from Florida on June 17. Simmons has reclassified from the 2025 class into the 2023 class.

Arizona QB signee Demond Williams scores three touchdowns in All-American Bowl

Incoming Arizona quarterback Demond Williams finished his high school career Saturday with a pair of touchdown throws at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio.Playing in the Alamadome, the same stadium where the Wildcats ended their 2023 season with an Alamo Bowl win over Oklahoma, Williams showed off his arm strength and accuracy with two darts to the end zone in the first half.Williams started at quarterback for the East team. In his first drive behind center, he completed a third and long on the ground before...

Incoming Arizona quarterback Demond Williams finished his high school career Saturday with a pair of touchdown throws at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio.

Playing in the Alamadome, the same stadium where the Wildcats ended their 2023 season with an Alamo Bowl win over Oklahoma, Williams showed off his arm strength and accuracy with two darts to the end zone in the first half.

Williams started at quarterback for the East team. In his first drive behind center, he completed a third and long on the ground before finding Ohio State-bound Jeremiah Smith for the first touchdown of the game.

4⭐️ QB and Arizona commit Demond Williams finds Jeremiah Smith, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2024, for the first touchdown of the All-American Bowl pic.twitter.com/FdaxHiqW7V

— 247Sports (@247Sports) January 6, 2024

The West team went on to score 31 unanswered points to take control of the game.

Williams got another opportunity late in the third quarter, when he connected with Clemson signee TJ Moore on 3rd and 18 for a 22-yard touchdown pass.

4⭐️ QB and Arizona commit Demond Williams with his 2nd touchdown pass of the day, this one to 4⭐️ WR and Clemson commit TJ Moore pic.twitter.com/eWbgjWMgUs

— 247Sports (@247Sports) January 6, 2024

Williams added another touchdown on the ground late in the game.

https://twitter.com/mtorressports/status/1743737830784872589

The West held on to win 31-28.

Williams is ranked the No. 16 quarterback, No. 4 prospect in Arizona and No. 257 overall player in the 2024 class according to 247Sports Composite rankings.

At 5-foot-9 and 174 pounds, Williams has a similar build as UA quarterback Noah Fifita.

Williams, who played at Basha High School, is Arizona’s third four-star quarterback in as many classes. Jedd Fisch signed Fifita out of southern California in 2022, then added Brayden Dorman of Colorado Springs in 2023.

With a quarterback room of Fifita, Dorman and Williams, Arizona’s depth at the position should rival any school’s in the Big 12 next year.

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