Ryan Williams Sr Age & Wiki: How Old Is He? All About Ryan Williams Dad

Ryan Williams

Ryan Williams is reaching milestones in his football career, and the majority of the credit goes to his athletic father, Ryan Williams Sr. Ryan’s father, who comes from a sports background, instilled in him an athletic nature from an early age. Ryan Williams, a five-star prospect who committed to Alabama University in October 2022, has withdrawn from the school.

According to Rivals, the Saraland wide receiver just reclassified from the 2025 to 2024 recruiting class and is ranked 19th overall and 4th among wide receivers. During his three years in high school, he ran for 1,078 yards, 3,254 receiving yards, and 47 touchdowns. His significant achievements include being named Mr. Football and Gatorade Alabama Player of the Year twice. Ryan originally planned to join the Crimson Tide on February 9, 2024. However, as the news of Nick Saban’s retirement spread, the receiver changed his mind.

Who is Ryan Williams Sr., Ryan Williams’ father?

Ryan Williams’ father, Ryan Williams Sr., shares his son’s interest in sports, especially football. He was born in Mobile, Alabama, and began his football career as a cornerback at B.C. Rain High. In the late 2000s, he signed a letter of intent to play defensive back for Auburn University. Furthermore, it seems that his enthusiasm for football did not translate into a professional career. Although there are little updates on his father’s personal and professional life, he surely deserves some credit for Ryan’s success.

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Growing up, the father-son team rehearsed and trained in their garden. Recognizing today’s achievement, his father reportedly stated, “Honestly, all the hard work is now paying off. As a football fan, seeing a youngster put in the effort and get what he deserves is a triumph.

Is Crimson Tide Losing Potential Prospects?

Nick Saban, Alabama football’s head coach from 2007 until 2023, has announced his retirement, and Alabama may lose future prospective players. The Crimson Tide will see roster churn both on the current roster and in future signing classes. As previously stated, Sanderson WR Ryan Williams was the first to decommit, although not signing with them. In an ESPN interview, Williams remarked,

“I had no idea that Saban was retiring and found out about the news through Twitter.”

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After this, he phoned Alabama coaches to corroborate the news, and approximately an hour later, he chose to de-commit. Williams is contemplating Alabama’s main rival, the Auburn Tigers, for his future commitment. As a result, re-recruiting him may be the first priority for Crimson’s next head coach.