P.J. Williams was Florida State’s boundary cornerback, which means he aligned to the short side of the field on every play.
P.J. Williams was Florida State’s boundary cornerback, which means he aligned to the short side of the field on every play. File photo by Jeff Siner The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer
P.J. Williams was Florida State’s boundary cornerback, which means he aligned to the short side of the field on every play. File photo by Jeff Siner The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer

Florida State’s P.J. Williams is a battle-tested, press-man cornerback

February 24, 2015 07:34 PM

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