Florida State running back Karlos Williams is third on the depth chart. Now, this fact is mainly because this has been his only year playing at the position. Earlier this season, head coach Jimbo Fisher asked him if he’d like to switch from the safety spot, where he was struggling, to the backfield.
So far, he’s been a force in the backfield this year, and he’s been so good at times because not only is he elusive, but he also channels that defensive side of him and isn’t afraid of contact.
He put that on display tonight in the ACC Championship against Duke.
Near the end of the second quarter and up by just seven, Florida State called upon Williams to help extend their lead, which he did, and he also obliterated a Duke defender on his way to the end zone:
That Duke defensive back never stood a chance, and that play put the Seminoles up 14-0 right before the half.
[h/t] SB Nation