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High School
• A five-sport athlete at Hunt High School, he played baseball (4 years), football (3), track & field (2), soccer (1) and basketball (1); Jon Smith was his head coach for baseball where he pitched and played the infield
• Recognized on the 2016 NCBCA Class 3A All-State Team
• Four-time 3A All-Big East Conference honoree from 2013 through 2016; twice named Hunt’s Team MVP
• Perfect Game’s publication noted Williamson on its 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention All-American list, as well as on its 2016 Atlantic Region Honorable Mention team
• As a quarterback with the football team, he earned three All-Conference playing honors, as well as the team’s Offensive MVP in 2014 and 2015; holds the school record for passing yards 
• Elected to serve as team captain of both his baseball and football teams
• Member of five conference championship winning teams: baseball (2013, 2016), football (2013, 2015) and soccer (2015)

• Son of Jim and Laurie
• Father played collegiate baseball at Mount Olive College
• In his free time enjoys hunting, fishing, water sports and helping with his family’s business, Williamson Peanuts
• Participated in National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, SGA, DECA and FCA, as well as served as a volunteer with the Special Olympics and Headbands of Hope
• High school teammates with East Carolina OF Dwanya Williams-Sutton ’19, future East Carolina C Bryson Worrell ’21 and 2015 Miami Marlins Third Round Pick Isaiah White. On the football field, he played alongside LSU DE Lewis Hunt ’17, Louisville RB Malik Williams ’18, N.C. State S Dexter Wright ‘18

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