Reggie Williams Named to All-America Team

Dec. 11, 2002

Seattle - Washington sophomore wide receiver Reggie Williams has been named a first-team All-American by It marks the third time this year that Williams has been honored as an All-American. He was also a first-team selection by the Football Writers of America Association and a second-team pick by

Williams led Washington in 2002 with 89 receptions for 1390 yards. Both marks were Husky single-season records. Williams ranked fifth in the nation in receiving yards per game (115.8) and is eighth in receptions per game (7.42). During his first two seasons as a Husky he has already set UW career records for receptions (144) and receiving yards (2,363).

Williams is the first Husky wide receiver to earn first-team All-America honors since Jerome Pathon was named to the America Football Coaches Association team in 1997.

QB Carson Palmer, USC
RB Willis McGahee, Miami
RB Larry Johnson, Penn State
OT Jordan Gross, Utah
OG Eric Steinbach, Iowa
C Jeff Faine, Notre Dame
OG Todd Wike, Maryland
OT Shawn Andrews, Arkansas
TE Dallas Clark, Iowa
WR Charles Rogers, Michigan State
WR Reggie Williams, Washington

DE David Pollock, Georgia
DT Rein Long, Washington State
DT Jimmy Kennedy, Penn State
DE Terrell Suggs, Arizona State
LB Matt Wilhelm, Ohio State
LB E.J. Henderson, Maryland
LB Courtney Watson, Notre Dame
CB Marcus Trufant, Washington State
S Michael Doss, Ohio State
S Troy Polamalu, USC
CB Terence Newman, Kansas State

Special Teams
P Mark Mariscal, Colorado
PK Nate Kaeding, Iowa
KR Derek Abney, Kentucky

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