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Name:Deunta Williams
Hometown:Jacksonville, NC
High School:White Oak
Born:November 21, 1987 (31)
Height/Weight:6-2, 215
Position:Safety
Notes:Football
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How Deunta Williams turned a bad break into a good one
There’s money to be made in eSports. Deunta Williams knows this. It’s July and NFL players are reporting to training camp but the former UNC...

Video: Former Tar Heel safety Deunta Williams on life after football
Former North Carolina free safety Deunta Williams is the author of a new book, 'My Breaking Point', about how his dream of an NFL career...

Deunta Williams Investing in Himself
"I didn't want to die with this story inside of me," Deunta Williams said. And thus, My Breaking Point was born. The book packs a...

Former UNC Safety Deunta Williams Publishing New Book
Deunta Williams: Adversity seems to strike when you least expect it. For me it came on Dec. 29th, 2010. I was the No. 1 free...

Deunta Williams: Players who speak out 'demonized'
Former North Carolina football player Deunta Williams stood up for his fellow Tar Heel Rashad McCants Thursday afternoon in an interview on 99.9 FM The...

Deunta Williams: Systematic problem between academics and athletics
Former UNC defensive back Deunta Williams made waves last week when he spoke about the academic scandal at UNC on national television. Williams said Monday...

Video: Deunta Williams, Mary Willingham Speak Out on UNC Academic Scandal
North Carolina whistleblower Mary Willingham and former football player Deunta Williams discuss the "paper" classes that student-athletes were allegedly encouraged to take in order to...

Football and Swahili
I was at the University of North Carolina when I heard the Swahili anecdote. “All the freshman football players take Swahili as their language requirement,”...

Former UNC safety Deunta Williams now pursuing career in radio
A devastating leg injury was too much for Deunta Williams to overcome. The former North Carolina safety is no longer pursuing a career as a...

Turner's Take: Time For The Sun To Shine
There are two schools of thought in approaching a rivalry game. One says `It's just another game,' the other, `This is our Super Bowl.' While...


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