Former Michigan State DB Davion Williams reveals transfer destination
Davion Williams has found a home, the former Michigan State cornerback landing at Western Kentucky.
The redshirt sophomore entered the transfer portal in December.
This past season, he played in seven games and had eight tackles. Used primarily on special teams in 2019 as a redshirt freshman, Williams was in 13 games with six tackles and a forced fumble.
He was a part of the Spartans 2018 recruiting class. A three-star recruit out of Belleville, MI, Williams was the fourth-best player in the state according to 247Sports as well as being the No. 17 cornerback nationally.
All glory to God let’s work ❤️😈 pic.twitter.com/ai3fv4891Y
— Davion (@on_the_com_up_) January 10, 2021
A number of notable Spartans have entered the transfer portal this offseason. Quarterback Rocky Lombardi transferred to Northern Illinois while several players who were high-ranking recruits including offensive lineman Devontae Dobbs (Memphis) and cornerback Julian Barnett (Memphis) also entered the portal and ended up transferring.
Both Dobbs and Barnett were four-star recruits in high school.
Last week, Michigan State received big news when former Duke defensive end Drew Jordan transferred into the program.