1. HE'S GOT NFL BLOODLINES
Karlos Williams' brother, Vince Williams, was the Pittsburgh Steelers 5th round draft pick two years ago, also out of Florida State. Vince has started 13 games for the Steelers over the last two years.
2. HE PLAYED DEFENSE, TOO
Karlos Williams was the number one ranked high school safety prospect in the country in 2011, coming out of Davenport, Florida, in the Orlando area. He spent his first two seasons for the Seminoles playing safety and excelling on special teams. In fact, NFLDraftScout.com says Williams is "a terrific special teams player who consistently beats opponents down the field."
3. HE CAN DELIVER A BLOW
Williams first start for the Seminoles came at linebacker, in the 2012 ACC Championship game. He had 11-tackles against Georgia Tech in that game.
4. HE MOVED TO TAILBACK IN 2013
FSU moved Williams to tailback in the second game of the 2013 season. He ran for more than 1400 yards in his two years at running back and averaged 5.9 yards per carry.
5. SEMINOLES RULE THE DRAFT
Williams is the ninth Florida State selected so far in the 2015 draft, joining QB Jameis Winston, and Bills second round pick Ronald Darby. And there are likely more Noles coming off the board today. He's the 6th Bills draft pick from FSU in the last four drafts, including Darby, EJ Manuel, Nigel Bradham, Zebrie Sanders, and Dustin Hopkins.
6. HE'S GOT A BIRTHDAY COMING UP
Williams turns 22 years old on Monday, two days away.