Anthony Williams is going on 11 years with FBU and was the Director of Player Development that brought the first FBU camp to the state of Texas back in 2008. Coach Williams is a former Defensive Coordinator, LB, WR coach at Yerba Buena High School from 1986-1990, 94-97 and WR & LB coach San Jose City College from 1991-1993.
A three-sport athlete in high school and all-district player in football, Williams would play LB at San Jose City College earn his degree and choose to play for the infamous Coach Vic Rowan at San Francisco St. University then graduating with a degree in Industrial Technology. He was an undrafted free agent that got an invite to a San Francisco 49ers camp as an inside linebacker but never made the final roster --- at the suggestion of the legendary Bill Walsh Anthony went on to coach in high school and college.
In his 11 years with FBU, Coach Williams has contributed in a variety of roles including Player Development, Marketing, Scouting, FBU Head Coach, Assistant Coach, FBU National Championship Team Director, FBU National Championship Appeals Committee, National Combine speaker and coach, and Texas scout for the All-American Bowl.
Anthony has trained and mentored many youth and high school players in California and Texas, including his oldest son, Aaron Williams who participated in the 2007 National combine which led to an invite to the 2008 Army All-American Bowl. He later went on to play for Mack Brown at University of Texas and in the BCS National Championship game vs Alabama in 2009. Aaron left Texas after his junior year and was drafted by the Buffalo Bills with the 34th overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.