Former Utah QB Troy Williams Throws At Utes’ 2022 NFL Pro Day
SALT LAKE CITY – Former Utah quarterback Troy Williams returned to campus to throw in front of 29 NFL teams at the Utes’ 2022 NFL Pro Day.
Utah held its NFL Pro Day on Thursday, March 24.
Williams participated in the event by throwing to Utah’s wide receivers and tight ends.
The Carson, California native was a member of the Utah football program from 2016-17.
Williams threw in front of representatives from every NFL team except for the Los Angeles Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, and Minnesota Vikings, who weren’t in attendance.
About Troy Williams
Prior to his time at Utah, Williams played college football at Washington and Santa Monica College.
Williams transferred to the University of Utah and became the Utes’ starting quarterback for the 2016 season.
Ahead of the 2017 season, Williams was beat out for Utah’s starting job by current Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley.
Rather than transfer, Williams backed up Huntley and served as a team captain.
During his two seasons with Utah, Williams threw for 3,569 yards, 17 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions with a 53 percent completion rate.
After going undrafted in 2018, Williams played for Edmonton of the Canadian Football League from 2019-21.
2022 NFL Draft
The draft is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 28-30.
It will be broadcast on ESPN and NFL Network.
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