Darious Williams is perfectly content being the Los Angeles Rams cornerback that few people talk about and sparingly talks to the media, even though his path to the NFL is a remarkable coming-out-of-nowhere story.
Really, where do you even begin with the wide range of options of how much the Creekside High product defied the odds?
There’s the part about not being allowed to play football his sophomore year of high school – he transferred from Bartram Trail after Creekside opened in 2008 — because former head coach Greg Stanton only wanted kids who invested time in summer workouts. Williams, then 5-foot-7, was regarded as more of a speedy point guard than a football player.
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