Marquise Williams News & Bio


Name:Marquise Williams
Hometown:Charlotte, NC
High School:Mallard Creek
Recruit Rating:4 Stars (Profile)
Born:October 5, 1992 (28)
Height/Weight:6-2, 225
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football, 2011 Parade All-American
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North Carolina vs. Miami Postgame Notes
UNC improved to 8-3 this season, including 7-3 in the ACC. This is North Carolina's first win over a top-10 opponent since the 31-28 victory...

UNC vs. Wake Forest Postgame Notes
UNC rallied from a 21-point deficit, which matches the largest comeback and is the largest second-half comeback, in UNC football history. Wake Forest led 45-24...

Sensational Sam Takes It To Another Level
Yeah, that Sam Howell kid is pretty good. Unflappable. Clutch. Pin-point excellence. Professional. Sensational. And he can run, too. Well, he did in a key...

Video: ACC Remember When - UNC Shocks Virginia Late
In 2014, Virginia led 27-21 in the third quarter. But when UNC quarterback Marquise Williams' helmet came off after a sack, Mitch Trubisky came in...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Marquise Williams, Dr. Mario Ciocca
Hosts Jones Angell and Adam Lucas talk a little football as training camp is in full swing. Former Tar Heel quarterback Marquise Williams discusses being...

Former UNC football star Marquise Williams is now a Carolina Hurricanes superfan
The Carolina Hurricanes are his team but former UNC quarterback Marquise Williams is so enamored with the sport now that he watches all the other...

Podcast: Throwback - Marquise Williams Torches Duke in 2015
Episode 3 of “The Throwback” looks back at the 2015 North Carolina vs. Duke football rivalry. With the Victory Bell on the line, it would...

UNC Football: Will Marquise Williams get his shot to start in XFL?
Former North Carolina record-setting quarterback Marquise Williams is one of a few Tar Heels currently on a roster for the new XFL league that is...

Four Former UNC Football Players on XFL Rosters
The second iteration of the XFL kicks off its 10-game schedule this weekend with two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday. Four former...

Several Tar Heels named to NC All-2010s high school football team
Offensive Player of the Decade: RB Elijah Hood, Charlotte Catholic. Other Tar Heels named to the All-Decade football team include ATH Eric Ebron, Ben...

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