Landen Williams to Continue Football Career at Northwestern

Date posted - June 1, 2016

Northwestern College logoOrange City Iowa — Landen Williams of Orange City has signed a letter of intent to continue his football career at Northwestern College this fall.

Williams is a multi-sports standout who lettered three years for the MOC-Floyd Valley High School football team. A three-year starter at wide receiver and defensive back, Williams totaled 16 catches for 242 yards and five touchdowns while averaging 14 yards per kick return for his career. On defense, Williams recorded 63 tackles, five fumble recoveries and two interceptions. He helped lead the Dutch to the state playoffs two years and was also a member of the Dutch basketball and soccer teams that qualified for state.

Williams plans to major in secondary science education at Northwestern and is the son of Shane and Kristen.

“We are very excited that Landen has decided to become a Red Raider,” commented head Northwestern football coach Matt McCarty. “Landen is a young man with great potential and can play on either side of the ball.”

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