Tyler Williamson
    Tyler  Williamson


    Knoxville, Tenn.

    High School:

    Last College:
    Highland CC

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 234





    Boemer, Williamson earn spots on FCS ADA Academic All-Star team

    Boemer named finalist for $5,000 post-graduate scholarship


    Boemer, Williamson named first-team Academic All-MVFC

    Allen, Hadfield earn honorable mention honors


    Seven Salukis earn All-MVFC honors

    Pruitt, Willis earn first-team All-MVFC


    Boemer, Williamson named Academic All-District

    Both players are eligible for Academic All-America honors, which will be released in December


    No. 25 Salukis stun No. 14 Eastern Illinois with a big second half, 38-21

    SIU outscored EIU 24-0 in the second half to overcome a 21-14 halftime deficit


    Football vs. Illinois State

    Football vs. Illinois State Nov. 22, 2014


    Football vs. Northern Iowa

    Football vs. Northern Iowa Photo Gallery

    2014 (Senior)
    2014 Game-by-Game
    Started all 12 games...Second-team Academic All-American...First-team Academic All-District...First-team Academic All-MVFC honoree...Named to 50-man FCS ADA Academic All-Star team...Honorable mention All-MVFC linebacker...Ranked fourth in the MVFC in fumbles recovered (2) and eighth in fumbles forced (2)...Second on the team with 76 tackles...Team-leading 5.5 sacks...Second on the team with 7.0 tackles for loss...Forced two fumbles (vs. SEMO and at PUR) and recovered two fumbles (vs. SEMO and INS)...Broke up four passes...Had five quarterback hurries...Blocked one kick at Youngstown State...Had double-figure tackles twice, recording 11 at Eastern Illinois and 10 at Missouri State...Named MVFC Defensive Player of the Week after 11 total tackles, seven solo tackles, and one sack at Eastern Illinois, while leading the SIU defense to a second-half shutout at the 14th-ranked Panthers...Had two sacks in a win vs. Southeast Missouri...Had 1.5 sacks against Indiana State.

    2013 (Junior)
    2013 Game-by-Game
    Capital One Academic All-Region V...First-team MVFC All-Academic team...Team captain...Started all 12 games at outside linebacker...Second on the team with 66 total tackles...Tied for the team lead with 4.0 sacks...Led the team and fifth in the MVFC with 13.0 tackles for loss...Forced three fumbles, two shy of the national leader...Finished the season tied for SIU's all-time lead with six forced fumbles...Twice recorded double-digit tackles, including 11 tackles and 2.5 TFL against Missouri State...Set a new career high with 3.0 TFL in the season finale against Indiana State...Intercepted a pass against Illinois State...Received the MVFC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award, which requires a minimum GPA of 3.2 for the previous two semesters.

    2012 (Sophomore)
    2012 Game-by-Game
    Selected to the MVFC All-Newcomer Team...Played in all 11 games at outside linebacker...Named MVFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Illinois State despite not starting the game...Led all SIU non-starters with 32 total tackles and 17 solo tackles on the year...Recorded a season-high seven tackles, an interception and 1.0 sacks against Illinois State...Fourth on the team with 4.5 sacks and 5.5 TFL, including a season-high 2.0 TFL against Illinois State...Led the team and tied for third in the MVFC with three forced fumbles...Tied for sixth in the MVFC with two fumble recoveries...Received the MVFC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award, which resquires a minimum GPA of 3.2 for the previous two semesters.

    Prior to SIU
    Recorded 85 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, three sacks, six forced fumbles and one interception in 2011 -- his only year at Highland Community College...Began his college career at Bowling Green where he redshirted in 2010.

    High School
    First-team All-State selection as a senior...Two-time All-District and All-Region selection...Earned Defensive MVP honors at the Tennessee East-West All-Star game...District 4-AAA Defensive Back of the Year...Went 44-8 in four years of high school football, including a 6A Tennessee state championship as a junior...Four-year letterwinner...Posted 180 tackles, 12 interceptions, 18 pass breakups, nine forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries in high school...Also played quarterback, passing for over 3,000 yards in his career...Earned the Scholar-Athlete Award from the National Football Foundation...Also played three years of basketball.

    Full given name is Tyler Stoakes Williamson...Son of Elizabeth and Mark Williamson...Father is an accountant and was a member of the University of Tennessee National Champion swim team...Has an older brother and a younger sister...Born Oct. 25, 1991 in Knoxville, Tenn...Majoring in kinesiology.

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