Name:Dalton Williams(Transfer from Stephen F. Austin) College:AkronNumber: 13 Height: 6-4 Weight: 217 Position:QBPos2: Class/Draft Year:rSr/2013 40 Low: 4.95 40 Time:5.0840 High: 5.15
Projected Round:Stock: Rated number 66 out of 107 QB's9999 / 2431 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: 2012: NA...Transfer from Stephen F. Austin
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07/22/13 - QB Dalton Williams was waived by Dallas.
11/20/12 - SCOUTING THE OFFENSE: Hopefully for the folks at ESPN, the Akron offense comes to play. With the Toledo game slated to be televised on ESPN2, Akron coach Terry Bowden gets to show the country the improvement in Akron's offense. The Zips might not have improved in the win-loss column, but Akron's offense this year is vastly different from the past few anemic units. Akron is ranked 14th nationally in passing, averaging a conference-best 317.1 yards per game and ranks 40th nationally in total offense (435.8 yards per game).
Dalton Williams has thrown for 300-plus yards in three straight games -- all losses -- en route to passing for 3,335 yards and 25 touchdowns this season. Jawon Chisholm is 94 yards shy of becoming the first Akron player to rush for 1,000-yards in a season since 2008. - The Sports Xchange
11/20/12 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Dalton Williams will be remembered as one of the top quarterbacks in school history despite playing just one year at Akron. A transfer from Stephen F. Austin, Williams has thrown for 3,335 yards and 25 touchdowns. Williams should be motivated to show off his talents on ESPN2 against Toledo after a sluggish game against UMass on Nov. 10. "Our quarterback, Dalton Williams, has pretty much kept us in games this year," said Akron coach Terry Bowden. "He didn't have one of his best games (against UMass)." - The Sports Xchange
09/16/12 - For a team starved to win a football game, Akron found the right opponent in Morgan State. The Zips pounded the Bears 66-6 on Saturday afternoon in front of 9,933 fans at InfoCision Stadium and gave Terry Bowden his first victory as Akron's head coach. Akron athletic director Tom Wistrcill presented Bowden with the game ball. Bowden was hired last December to revive a program reeling from back-to-back 1-11 seasons. The win snapped a 10-game losing streak. The Zips had lost 41-38 in overtime one week earlier at Florida International. "A team like this needs things like that," said Bowden. "I think this will be a game we can propel ourselves from." Akron's fifth-year senior quarterback, Dalton Williams, a Stephen F. Austin transfer, completed a school-record 37 passes (48 attempts) for 446 yards and three touchdowns and spread the ball to 11 receivers. A member of Bowden's first recruiting class, Williams, out of Coppell, Texas, already has passed for more yards through three games (1,004) than last year's team through five (905). "They worked harder this week than they probably would have if they had won that (Florida International) game," Bowden said. "Everybody had good numbers tonight. It's just one game." - The Sports Xchange
09/15/12 - Dalton Williams threw for 446 yards and Akron scored 45 unanswered second-half points Saturday in a 66-6 rout of Morgan State. Williams completed 37 of 48 passes and threw for three touchdowns for the Zips (1-2) before giving way late in the third quarter to backup Kyle Pohl, who threw for Akron's final three scores. Akron amassed 43 first downs and outgained the Bears (1-2), a Football Championship Subdivision team, 753 yards to 200. Jawon Chisholm carried 18 times for 129 yards. Williams, who tied an Akron record with five touchdown passes last week in a 41-38 loss to Florida International, has 10 scoring passes this season. Morgan State trailed 21-6 at halftime, getting two Ervin Gonzalez field goals, but they punted on their first six second-half possessions and later fumbled twice. Travis Davidson, who averaged 121.5 rushing yards in the Bears' first two games, had 82 on 19 carries. - AP Sports