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Marco Williams

Tampa, FL

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 207


Experienced player on the Boston College defense.

2000 Season
Played in nine games, plus the Aloha Bowl, after suffering a knee injury in preseason practice and started six games...had 22 tackles, including a season-high six vs. Temple (Nov. 4)...also had four tackles in two other games...had two tackles against Arizona State in the Aloha Bowl.

1999 Season
Started eight games and appeared in two others?registered 50 tackles, 35 of which were unassisted?is credited with a quarterback hurry and two forced fumbles?notched seven tackles against Notre Dame?had nine tackles at Syracuse?break-out game against Northeastern; notched nine tackles, seven unassisted?had five tackles, four unassisted, at Rutgers?recorded four tackles and forced a fumble at Navy.

1998 Season

High School
The second player from Hillsborough High School to play for the Eagles in recent years...earned all-region and all-conference honors as a senior quarterback/free safety at Hillsborough...was ranked among the Top 100 players in the state of Florida...played for head coach Earl Garcia...was among the 17 recipients of the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award; received the honor at the Tampa Chapter?s 30th annual award banquet in April 1998...also played on Hillsborough?s basketball and baseball teams.

Marco Williams, born October 14, 1979...enrolled as a marketing major in the Carroll School of Management...Marco is the son of Cynthia Hutchinson and Ricky Williams.


Q&A With Marco Williams
The best part of playing football at BC is: the television coverage.
The BC player who will surprise people this year is: DuJuan Daniels.
The most interesting class I ever took at BC is: Business Law.
My favorite spot on the BC campus is: my room.
My favorite spot in Boston is: Logan Airport.
If I could compete against any BC athlete (non-football) it would be: Troy Bell (men?s basketball).
My favorite pregame ritual is: to remain my normal self and listen to music.
My favorite stadium, other than Alumni Stadium, to play in is: the Orange Bowl.
The people who have helped me the most at BC are: Martha Hincks and my friends.
If I could bring anything from my hometown to BC it would be: my eight-foot boa constrictor.
The CD that is in my player the most is: Tupac Shakur.
The sports teams I followed when I was younger were: the Oakland A?s, Los Angeles Raiders, Florida Gators and the Chicago Bulls.
My favorite part of the Aloha Bowl was: meeting my girlfriend.
The top three teams in college football this year will be: Nebraska, Miami and Florida State.

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