Chucky Williams is entering his second season with the Massachusetts Pirates. During his first season in 2019, Williams was named to Second-Team All-NAL Defense, thanks to his 51.5 tackles, 11 pass breakups, and one fumble return touchdown. In his first playoff game with the Pirates in 2019, Williams notched 7 tackles, one interception, and one fumble recovery.
Williams’ fumble return touchdown was the league’s longest returned fumble in 2019. He also recorded the fifth-most tackles on defense in the NAL. Williams played safety in college, but became a JACK linebacker with the Pirates and helped lead his team to the league’s third-best scoring defense and second-ranked run defense.
Before joining the Pirates, Williams got his first taste of professional football with the Los Angeles Rams. He was signed in May 2018 and then released in June 2018.
Williams played college football at the University of Louisville and was a mainstay at safety. After appearing in 9 games as a freshman, Williams started 12 of 13 games as a sophomore and all 13 games his junior and senior year. He finished his college career with 215 tackles, 9 interceptions, 4 forced fumbles, and 3 fumble recoveries. Williams majored in Communication at Louisville.
Coming out of high school, Williams received twenty-one Division 1 football scholarships.