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ANALYSIS: Williams Declares
BERKELEY -- In a surprising move, California redshirt junior Steve Williams declared himself for the NFL Draft on Tuesday. "I want to thank the University of California and all of the terrific people I met during my four years there," Williams said in a statement. "I had a tremendous experience at Cal and was given a wealth of opportunities both in football and in life. This was a difficult decision to make, but my family and I felt it was in our best interest and that this is the right time to take advantage of another set of opportunities we feel will be presented to us in the NFL." Williams played in all 37 games during his three-year career in Berkeley, with 28 starts. His 25 career pass break-ups rank sixth in school history. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound corner out of Dallas Skyline becomes the second Bear to declare for the draft early, following wide receiver Keenan Allen, but this declaration is a good deal more surprising. Williams departure likely means that Stefan McClure...
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