Career: Williams left Ball State ranked in several program career statistical categories including fourth in receiving yards (2,723) … tied for third in touchdown receptions (24) … fourth in receptions (200) … fourth in most 100-yard receiving games (9).
2015 (Sr.): Played in all 12 games with 11 starts at wide receiver … did not start the opener due to a preseason injury … led the team and ranked seventh in the MAC in receptions (72) … led the team and ranked eighth in the league in receiving yards (920) … ended his career by making a reception in 36 consecutive games … tallied a season-high 133 receiving yards to go along with two touchdown catches at No. 17 Northwestern on Sept. 26 … followed that up with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games against Toledo on Oct. 3 and Northern Illinois on Oct. 10 … scored Ball State’s lone touchdown against Toledo with a 51-yard touchdown catch early in the fourth quarter.
2014 (Jr.): Started 11 games and played in 11 to earn third letter … career-high 179 receiving yards versus Western Michigan, which ranks as the 13th best single-game effort in Ball State history … 118 receiving yards versus Akron … tied career high with two touchdown catches versus Western Michigan … seven receptions at Toledo and at Massachusetts … led the Cardinals with 753 receiving yards … team-high six touchdown receptions on the season.
2013 (So.): Played in 12 games to earn second letter … first career start at North Texas … six receptions for 64 receiving yards and first career touchdown reception versus Illinois State … first career touchdown catch versus Illinois State was a 16-yard reception from Keith Wenning in the closing seconds of the second quarter … four catches for 105 yards and career-high two touchdowns at Eastern Michigan … nine catches for 159 yards with one touchdown at Virginia … seven catches for 83 yards with one touchdown versus Kent State … career-high 12 catches for 124 yards at Akron … tied career high with two touchdown catches at Akron and versus Miami … five catches for season high 161 yards and two scores vs. Miami … one of three Ball State receivers -- first time in school history -- to tally at least 100 receiving yards in the same game with his 161 with two touchdowns versus Miami … registered 1,050 receiving yards, which ranks as the seventh best single-season effort in Ball State history … 10 touchdown catches on the season tied for the third best single-season mark in school history.
2012 (Fr.): Played in eight games, including the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl St. Petersburg … earned first letter … credited with one rush for four yards at Kent State … credited with three tackles versus Ohio and one at Toledo.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two letters in football for coach Keith Shelton at North Central … all-conference, all-county and all-region as a senior … managed 28 receptions for 398 yards and four touchdowns as a senior … tallied 70 catches for 1,153 yards and 12 touchdowns in career … rushed 32 times for 211 yards in his career … also competed in basketball and track and field.
PERSONAL: Son of Warren and Cecelia Williams … three brothers and one sister … earned his Ball State bachelor’s degree in risk management in May 2016 … born May 9, 1994, in Chicago, Illinois … full name is Jordan N. Williams.
|SINGLE-GAME HIGHS [all-time ranking]:
Points scored: 12, 5 times
Touchdowns: 2, 5 times
Receptions: 12 [t-3rd], at Akron, 10/26/2013
Receiving yards: 179 [3rd], Western Michigan, 10/11/2014 (11 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2 [t-3rd], 5 times
Long reception: 75 [3rd], Miami, 11/29/2013
All-purpose yards: 179, Western Michigan, 10/11/2014
Kick returns: 1, Army, 9/7/2013
Tackles: 1, 4 times